Phylogenetic analysis of teneurin genes and comparison to the rearrangement hot spot elements of E. coli.

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Teneurins are a novel family of transmembrane proteins conserved between invertebrates and vertebrates. There are two members in Drosophila, one in C. elegans and four members in mouse. Here, we describe the analysis of the genomic structure of the human teneurin-1 gene. The entire human teneurin-1 (TEN1) gene is contained in eight PAC clones representing… (More)

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@article{Minet2000PhylogeneticAO, title={Phylogenetic analysis of teneurin genes and comparison to the rearrangement hot spot elements of E. coli.}, author={Ariane Denise Minet and Ruth Chiquet-Ehrismann}, journal={Gene}, year={2000}, volume={257 1}, pages={87-97} }