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Molecular cloning and characterization of esterase-6, a serine hydrolase of Drosophila.

The Est-6 gene of Drosophila melanogaster was cloned by screening libraries with synthetic oligonucleotides corresponding to tryptic peptides from purified esterase-6 (Est-6) protein. cDNA clones were isolated that hybridized in situ to the site of Est-6 on chromosome 3 at 69A1. Inserts in putative Est-6 cDNA clones were 1.85 kilobases (kb) long, and blot hybridization analysis of electrophoretically fractionated RNA, using a cDNA clone as a probe, revealed two transcripts, of 1.68 and 1.83 kb. The two transcripts showed the same developmental profile as the Est-6 protein. Neither transcript was detected in an Est-6-null line. The cDNA fragment was homologous to a 2.3-kb EcoRI-BamHI fragment in genomic clones, and this region was interrupted by the 8-kb B104 transposable element in the Est-6-null line. Conceptual translation of the cDNA sequence revealed a protein of 548 residues with 19% sequence similarity to acetylcholinesterase from the Torpedo ray.[1]

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  1. Molecular cloning and characterization of esterase-6, a serine hydrolase of Drosophila. Oakeshott, J.G., Collet, C., Phillis, R.W., Nielsen, K.M., Russell, R.J., Chambers, G.K., Ross, V., Richmond, R.C. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. (1987) [Pubmed]
 
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