Complete structure of the alpha B-crystallin gene: conservation of the exon-intron distribution in the two nonlinked alpha-crystallin genes.

Abstract

We isolated bovine complementary DNA clones for the alpha A- and alpha B-crystallin subunits. The alpha B cDNA clone was used to isolate an alpha B-crystallin gene. This gene, derived from hamster, occurs as a single copy in the genome and is 3.2 kilobases long. The coding sequences are spread on three exons with a total length of 709 nucleotides. The exon… (More)

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