Cloning and structural analysis of a gene encoding a mouse mastocytoma proteoglycan core protein; analysis of its evolutionary relation to three cross hybridizing regions in the mouse genome.

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Serglycin (SGC) is a Ser-Gly-repeat-containing protein, used as a proteoglycan core protein in the parietal yolk sac and in mast cells, where glycosaminoglycan side chains are attached to the serine residues of the repeat region. In this article, the structure of the gene SGC encoding mouse SGC is reported. The gene is divided into three exons, which are… (More)

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@article{Angerth1990CloningAS, title={Cloning and structural analysis of a gene encoding a mouse mastocytoma proteoglycan core protein; analysis of its evolutionary relation to three cross hybridizing regions in the mouse genome.}, author={Tomas Angerth and Ruby Y.-J. Huang and Maria Aveskogh and Inger Pettersson and Lars Kjell{\'e}n and Lars Torkel Hellman}, journal={Gene}, year={1990}, volume={93 2}, pages={235-40} }