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The primary structure of cynomolgus monkey apolipoprotein a 1 deduced from the complementary dna sequence comparison to the human sequence


, : The primary structure of cynomolgus monkey apolipoprotein a 1 deduced from the complementary dna sequence comparison to the human sequence. Gene (Amsterdam) 49(1): 103-110

We have cloned and analyzed a cDNA containing the complete coding sequence for cynomolgus monkey apolipoprotein A-1 (apoA-1). This cDNA clone was found to share approx. 97% nucleotide sequence identity with the published human apoA-1 and encodes a protein of the same size as the human protein. Paired proline residues are present at positions 3 and 4 in the mature protein as has been reported for other primate species and the propeptide sequence is identical to the human propeptide. The amino acid content derived from the nucleotide sequence predicts a more basic protein than human apoA-1 and this was confirmed by isoelectric focusing analysis. In addition, we present evidence for two different transcriptional initiation sites for the cynomolgus monkey gene in contrast to only one for human.

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