The human early pregnancy factor/chaperonin 10 gene family.

@article{Summers1996TheHE,
  title={The human early pregnancy factor/chaperonin 10 gene family.},
  author={Kim M. Summers and Rachel M Murphy and Graham C. Webb and Greg B. Peters and Halle Morton and Alan I Cassady and Alice C. Cavanagh},
  journal={Biochemical and molecular medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={52-8}
}
cDNA clones corresponding to the sequence for human early pregnancy factor were isolated from a human melanoma library and hybridized to DNA digested with four restriction enzymes obtained from twelve different subjects. Up to 20 cross hybridizing bands were observed. When hybridized to metaphase spreads from four different humans, significant signals were present in nine locations, on eight different chromosome arms. These results suggest that the early pregnancy factor gene is a member of a… CONTINUE READING

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