Cloning of a full-length complementary DNA for an Artemia salina glycine-rich protein. Structural relationship with RNA binding proteins.

@article{CruzAlvarez1987CloningOA,
  title={Cloning of a full-length complementary DNA for an Artemia salina glycine-rich protein. Structural relationship with RNA binding proteins.},
  author={Marilyn Cruz-Alvarez and Angel Pellicer},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1987},
  volume={262 28},
  pages={13377-80}
}
Overlapping cDNAs have been isolated containing all the coding sequences for Artemia salina protein GRP33, a glycine-rich protein (16.6 mol % glycine), with a molecular weight of 32,992. GRP33 is closely related to HD40, the major protein component of Artemia heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles, and shares certain characteristics with other RNA binding proteins. The C-terminal region (123 amino acids) contains 39 glycine residues. This region has multiple arginine residues flanked… CONTINUE READING

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