Organization of rat uricase chromosomal gene differs greatly from that of the corresponding plant gene

@article{Motojima1990OrganizationOR,
  title={Organization of rat uricase chromosomal gene differs greatly from that of the corresponding plant gene},
  author={K. Motojima and S. Goto},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1990},
  volume={264}
}
  • K. Motojima, S. Goto
  • Published 1990
  • Biology, Medicine
  • FEBS Letters
  • The rat chromosomal gene for uricase was cloned. The gene spans more than 20 kilobases and the coding region is divided into 8 exons by 7 introns. The organization of the rat uricase gene is so greatly different from that of the soybean gene that the difference may not have been caused only by the removal of some ancestral introns during the period of widely separated evolution. 
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