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The natural ovalbumin gene contains seven intervening sequences.

EcoRI fragments of the natural ovalbumin gene were cloned and studied by hybridisation with mature ovalbumin mRNA, electron microscopy, restriction enzyme mapping and limited sequence analysis. The structural gene sequences coding for ovalbumin were found to be separated into eight sequentially orientated pieces by seven intervening sequences of various lengths.[1]


  1. The natural ovalbumin gene contains seven intervening sequences. Dugaiczyk, A., Woo, S.L., Lai, E.C., Mace, M.L., McReynolds, L., O'Malley, B.W. Nature (1978) [Pubmed]
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