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Gene March 9, 1996; 169 (2): 285-6.

Isolation of Xenopus laevis TFIID subunit p22 reveals two distinct structural regions.

Hasegawa S , Choi BI , Horikoshi M .

A cDNA clone encoding a Xenopus laevis (Xl) homologue of the TATA box-binding factor TFIID subunit p22, which shows similarities to histones H2B and H3, was isolated and sequenced. The deduced 164-amino-acid (aa) sequence was compared to those of homologues cloned from human and Drosophila melanogaster (Dm). Analysis showed that the TFIID subunit p22 consists of an approx. 60-aa less-conserved N-terminus and approx. 100-aa highly-conserved C terminus.

PubMed ID: 8647464
Article link: Gene

Species referenced: Xenopus
Genes referenced: h2bc21 taf6 tbp