Trophoblastic cDNA cloning of porcine Pregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein genes (pPAG) and in silico analysis of coded polypeptide precursors.

@article{Panasiewicz2004TrophoblasticCC,
  title={Trophoblastic cDNA cloning of porcine Pregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein genes (pPAG) and in silico analysis of coded polypeptide precursors.},
  author={Grzegorz Panasiewicz and Marta Majewska and Bożena Szafrańska},
  journal={Reproductive biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={131-41}
}
Multiple Pregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein (PAG) genes, coding various chorionic products that belong to the aspartic proteinase family (AP), have been discovered in various eutherians (Placentalia). This paper presents cloning of five novel porcine PAG (pPAG) cDNAs: pPAG3, pPAG4, pPAG5, pPAG6, pPAG8 and pPAG10. All cDNAs have been identified by trophoblastic library screening on 13-17 days post coitum (dpc). These cloned and sequenced pPAG cDNAs have been deposited in GenBank database of… CONTINUE READING

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