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Amino acid sequence homology between protein products of oncogenes and hormones (v-myc--gastrin and oxytocin; v-sis--secretin).

Computer comparisons of amino acid sequences from 8 retroviral oncogenes and 26 protein hormones were done with respect to structure similarity and so-called uninterrupted structure similarity. Sequence homology was found between v-myc, the transforming protein of MC29 virus, and human gastrin and oxytocin on the one hand, and between v-sis, the transforming protein of simian sarcoma virus, and secretin on the other.[1]


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