Human puromycin-sensitive aminopeptidase: cloning of 3' UTR, evidence for a polymorphism at a.a. 140 and refined chromosomal localization to 17q21.

Abstract

Puromycin-sensitive aminopeptidase is a predominantly cytoplasmatic zinc-dependent exopeptidase. Its physiological function is not known to date. Here we report data on tissue distribution, a polymorphism within the coding region and the complete 3' UTR. The gene (NPEPPS alias PSA) was physically mapped to chromosome 17q21.2-->q21.32 using fluorescence in… (More)

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@article{Bauer2001HumanPA, title={Human puromycin-sensitive aminopeptidase: cloning of 3' UTR, evidence for a polymorphism at a.a. 140 and refined chromosomal localization to 17q21.}, author={Waldemar Bauer and Ipseeta Nanda and Gordon Beck and M Schmid and Franz M Jakob}, journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics}, year={2001}, volume={92 3-4}, pages={221-4} }