The characterization of murine BCMA gene defines it as a new member of the tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily.

@article{Madry1998TheCO,
  title={The characterization of murine BCMA gene defines it as a new member of the tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily.},
  author={Christine Madry and Yacine Laabi and Isabelle Callebaut and Julie Roussel and Anastassia Hatzoglou and M B Le Coniat and Jean Paul Mornon and Roswitha Berger and Andr{\'e}as Tsapis},
  journal={International immunology},
  year={1998},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={1693-702}
}
The BCMA gene is a new gene discovered by the molecular analysis of a t(4;16) translocation, characteristic of a human T cell lymphoma. It has no significant similarity with any known protein or motif, so that its function was unknown. This report describes the cloning of murine BCMA cDNA and its genomic counterpart. The mouse gene is organized into three exons, like the human gene, and lies in murine chromosome 16, in the 16B3 band, the counterpart of the human chromosome 16p13 band, where the… CONTINUE READING
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