Plant Molecular Biology 40: 759–761, 1999. © 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Sequence announcement Author: Bonham-Smith PC Address: Department of Biology, University of Saskatchewan, 112 Science Place, Saskatoon S7N 5E2, SK, Canada Source of sequence: Sequence was determined from a cDNA clone isolated from a Brassica napus cDNA library constructed from mRNA from apical meristem tissue. The clone was fortuitously isolated after library screening with the Arabidopsis thaliana EST: ATTS1605 (ribosomal protein S6). Trivial name: Actin-7 cDNA from Brassica napus. Description: The coding sequence encodes a protein of 377 amino acids. The amino acid sequence shows 99% identity with A. thaliana ACT-7 (ATU27811); 95% – ACT-1 (ATU39449); 93% – ACT- 2 (ATU37281); 95% – ACT-3 (ATU39480); 94% – ACT-4 (ATU27980); 93% – ACT-8 (ATU42007); 95.5% – ACT-11 (ATU27981); 94.5% – ACT-12 (ATU27982). The 5 UTRs of BnACT-7 and AtACT-2 showed 100% identity. This level of identity was not observed in the same region of the 5 UTR of 0 C 0 AtACT-2 or in the 3 UTRs. No conserved poly A signal could be identiﬁed in the 3 UTR. Figure 1. Nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequence of the BnACT-7 cDNA. 760 Figure 2. Amino acid
Plant Molecular Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 19, 2004
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