Transcriptionally active haptoglobin-related (Hpr) gene in hepatoma G2 and leukemia molt-4 cells.

@article{Tabak1996TranscriptionallyAH,
  title={Transcriptionally active haptoglobin-related (Hpr) gene in hepatoma G2 and leukemia molt-4 cells.},
  author={Semion Tabak and Avital Lev and Clari Valansi and O Aker and Channa Shalitin},
  journal={DNA and cell biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={15 11},
  pages={1001-7}
}
The aim of the present study was to answer the question: Is the haptoglobin-related (Hpr) gene expressed in tumor cells? Our strategy of cloning the cDNA was to screen a human hepatoma G2 cDNA expression library in lambda gt11 using three different probes complementary to the coding strands of regions of the Hpr gene that contain codon changes permitting a… CONTINUE READING