Comparison of sequence of cDNA clone with other genomic and cDNA sequences for human C-reactive protein

Abstract

A clone for C-reactive protein (CRP) has been isolated from a human liver cDNA library; this clone harbors a plasmid, pC81, which has an insert of 1631 bp. When compared to geuomic and cDNA sequences published to date now, pC81 has revealed homologies and differences that might help to clarify the structure of this gene and the presence of allelic variants in man.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00918950

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@article{Tenchini1992ComparisonOS, title={Comparison of sequence of cDNA clone with other genomic and cDNA sequences for human C-reactive protein}, author={Maria Luisa Tenchini and Elena Bossi and Letizia Marchetti and Massimo Malcovati and Rolando Lorenzetti}, journal={Inflammation}, year={1992}, volume={16}, pages={93-99} }