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Cloning and molecular analysis of the human citrate synthase gene.

The nucleotide sequence encoding the citrate synthase (CS) gene was determined from the sequencing of the CS cDNA isolated from a human heart cDNA library. The primary sequence of CS deduced from its nucleotide sequence reveals a highly conserved, albeit slightly larger, protein of 466 amino acids, with 95% homology to its pig homologue. The data also indicate that the human genomic CS gene contains no introns, and confirms the location of the human CS gene on chromosome 12.[1]


  1. Cloning and molecular analysis of the human citrate synthase gene. Goldenthal, M.J., Marin-Garcia, J., Ananthakrishnan, R. Genome (1998) [Pubmed]
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