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ArticleJ-GLOBAL ID:200902002085223466整理番号:90A0855425

A ribosomal protein is encoded in the chloroplast DNA in a lower plant but in the nucleus in angiosperms. Isolation of the spinach L21 protein and cDNA clone with transit and an unusual repeat sequence.

リボソーム蛋白質は下等植物では葉緑体DNAにコードされているが被子植物では核にコードされている 移行配列及び異常な反復配列をもつホウレンソウL21蛋白質及びcDNAクローンの単離

著者:SMOOKER P M(Max‐Planck‐Inst. Molekulare Genetik, Berlin, DEU)、KRUFT V(Max‐Planck‐Inst. Molekulare Genetik, Berlin, DEU)、SUBRAMANIAN A R(Max‐Planck‐Inst. Molekulare Genetik, Berlin, DEU)
資料名:J Biol Chem 巻:265 号:27 ページ:16699-166703
発行年:1990年09月25日
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