Human gene for proliferating cell nuclear antigen has pseudogenes and localizes to chromosome 20

@article{Ku1989HumanGF,
  title={Human gene for proliferating cell nuclear antigen has pseudogenes and localizes to chromosome 20},
  author={D. Ku and S. Travali and B. Calabretta and K. Huebner and R. Baserga},
  journal={Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics},
  year={1989},
  volume={15},
  pages={297-307}
}
We have isolated from a human genomic library a pseudogene of the proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA)gene. Its sequence shows a 78% similarity with the human PCNA/cDNA. The PCNAgene is located on human chromosome 20, while the pseudogene maps to chromosome region Xpter→Xq13. An additional locus detected by the full-length PCNA cDNA, but not by intron probes, segregates concordantly with chromosome region 6p12→6pter and probably represents a second pseudogene. 
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