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Identification of a microsatellite region composed of a long homopurine/homopyrimidine tract surround by AT-rich sequences upstream of the rat stress-inducible hsp70.1 gene

, : Identification of a microsatellite region composed of a long homopurine/homopyrimidine tract surround by AT-rich sequences upstream of the rat stress-inducible hsp70.1 gene. Acta Biochimica Polonica 44(1): 147-152

A DNA region containing several repetitive motifs was detected about 1.9 k bp upstream of the transcription unit of the rat stress-inducible hsp70.1 gene. The most interesting element of this area is a microsatellite sequence (GA)6CAG(TC)24 that consists of an inverted repeat partially overlapping the long homopurine/homopyrimidine tract (Pu/Py).

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