A new splicing variant of a type III POU gene from zebrafish encodes a POU protein with a distinct C-terminal
- Lim, J.H., He, J.Y., Korzh, V., and Gong, Z.Y.
- Biochim. Biophys. Acta Gene Struct. Exp. 1397: 253-256 (Journal)
- Registered Authors
- Gong, Zhiyuan, He, Jiangyan, Korzh, Vladimir
- embryo; differential splicing, teleost
- MeSH Terms
- Alternative Splicing
- Amino Acid Sequence
- Base Sequence
- Cloning, Molecular
- DNA, Complementary/genetics
- DNA-Binding Proteins/chemistry
- DNA-Binding Proteins/genetics*
- DNA-Binding Proteins/metabolism
- Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
- Genetic Variation
- Molecular Sequence Data
- POU Domain Factors
- Transcription Factors/chemistry
- Transcription Factors/genetics*
- Transcription Factors/metabolism
- Zebrafish/growth & development
- 9582430 Full text @ Biochim. Biophys. Acta Gene Struct. Exp.
Lim, J.H., He, J.Y., Korzh, V., and Gong, Z.Y. (1998) A new splicing variant of a type III POU gene from zebrafish encodes a POU protein with a distinct C-terminal. Biochim. Biophys. Acta Gene Struct. Exp.. 1397:253-256.
A zebrafish POU protein cDNA clone was isolated and sequenced. It appears to be a novel splicing variant of the previously reported zebrafish POU gene zp-12. There are four splicing variants and at least three of them lead to different C-terminal amino acid sequences. The four splicing variants are differentially regulated during development, indicating that they may be functionally diversified.
Genes / Markers
Mutations / Transgenics
Human Disease / Model
Sequence Targeting Reagents
Engineered Foreign Genes