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Structurally and Functionally Distinct Mouse Hsp70 Family Members Mot-1 and Mot-2 Proteins are Encoded by Two Alleles

Structurally and Functionally Distinct Mouse Hsp70 Family Members Mot-1 and Mot-2 Proteins are Encoded by Two Alleles Abstract The mouse mortalin proteins Mot-1 and Mot-2 differ by two amino acids in their carboxy-terminus. These proteins are differentially localized in the cell cytoplasm and have contrasting biological activities. The genetic relationship between Mot-1 and Mot-2 was deciphered by mouse family analyses. Mot-1 and Mot-2 segregated in F 1 and F 2 progeny, providing direct evidence that the two proteins are encoded by two alleles. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png DNA Research Oxford University Press

Structurally and Functionally Distinct Mouse Hsp70 Family Members Mot-1 and Mot-2 Proteins are Encoded by Two Alleles

Abstract

Abstract The mouse mortalin proteins Mot-1 and Mot-2 differ by two amino acids in their carboxy-terminus. These proteins are differentially localized in the cell cytoplasm and have contrasting biological activities. The genetic relationship between Mot-1 and Mot-2 was deciphered by mouse family analyses. Mot-1 and Mot-2 segregated in F 1 and F 2 progeny, providing direct evidence that the two proteins are encoded by two alleles.
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