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The a1 (VIII) collagen gene is homologous to the a1(X) collagen gene and contains a large exon encoding the entire triple helical and carboxyl-terminal non-triple helical domains of the a1(VIII) polypeptide


The a1 (VIII) collagen gene is homologous to the a1(X) collagen gene and contains a large exon encoding the entire triple helical and carboxyl-terminal non-triple helical domains of the a1(VIII) polypeptide



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The alpha 1 (VIII) collagen gene is homologous to the alpha 1 (X) collagen gene and contains a large exon encoding the entire triple helical and carboxyl-terminal non-triple helical domains of the alpha 1 (VIII) polypeptide. Journal of Biological Chemistry 266(7): 4508-4513, 1991

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