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Cloning and sequencing of human kappa-casein cDNA.

A cDNA encoding kappa-casein of human milk was cloned and sequenced. The kappa-casein cDNA was isolated from a lambda gt11 library generated from mRNA prepared from a mammary gland biopsy obtained from a lactating woman. The library was screened with polyclonal rabbit antibodies raised against purified native kappa-casein. The obtained nucleotide sequence contained an ORF sufficient to encode the entire amino acid sequence of a kappa-casein precursor protein consisting of 182 amino acids. This includes a tentative signal peptide of 20 amino acids and a processed protein of 162 amino acids.[1]


  1. Cloning and sequencing of human kappa-casein cDNA. Bergström, S., Hansson, L., Hernell, O., Lönnerdal, B., Nilsson, A.K., Strömqvist, M. DNA Seq. (1992) [Pubmed]
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