The mouse ribosomal protein L7 gene. Its primary structure and functional analysis of the promoter region.

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The expressed gene coding for mouse ribosomal protein L7 (rpL7) was structurally and functionally characterized. It consists of seven exons, spans 3107 base pairs, and its coding sequence initiates within exon 1. The primary structure of mouse rpL7 (270 amino acids), as inferred from the nucleotide sequence of the exons of the gene, and from the cDNA, is 12… (More)

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@article{Meyuhas1990TheMR, title={The mouse ribosomal protein L7 gene. Its primary structure and functional analysis of the promoter region.}, author={Oded Meyuhas and A. Klein}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={1990}, volume={265 20}, pages={11465-73} }