Plant Molecular Biology 35: 681, 1997. 681 c 1997 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in Belgium. EMBL accession # : AF001505 Authors: von Wiren ´ N, Bergfeld A, Ninneman O, Frommer WB Address: Botanical Institute, University of Tuebingen, Auf der Morgenstelle 1, 72076 Tuebin- gen, Germany Source of sequence: EST No. RICR2959A (GenBank D39189) from the rice genome research program (RGP), STAFF Institute, Tsukuba, Japan. Trivial name: High-afﬁnity ammonium transporter mRNA from rice (Oryza sativa cv., Nipponbare) (OsAMT1-1) Description: 2063 bp long DNA clone has 88 bp 5 -UTR and 373 bp 3 -UTR. Deduced amino acid sequence contains a polypeptide of 534 residues (56.9 kDA) and reveals> 62% identity with other AMTs from Arabidobsis and tomato. Article: Gr.: 201001126, PIPS Nr. 144379 BIO2KAP *144379 plan3988.tex; 2/09/1997; 13:54; v.7; p.1
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