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Nucleotide sequence of tobacco chloroplast gene for the alpha subunit of proton-translocating ATPase

, : Nucleotide sequence of tobacco chloroplast gene for the alpha subunit of proton-translocating ATPase. Nucleic Acids Research 11(7): 2185-2191

The gene was cloned and sequenced, and the coding region was found to contain 1521 bp. The nucleotide sequence and the deduced amino acid sequence showed 55 and 54% homologies with those of the Escherichia coli alpha subunit, respectively.

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