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Genomic organization and chromosome localization to band 19p13.3 of the human AES gene: gene product exhibits strong similarity to the N-terminal domain of Drosophila enhancer of Split Groucho protein.

The human Amino Enhancer of Split (AES) gene encodes a protein of 197 amino acids exhibiting strong similarity to the N-terminal domain of Drosophila Enhancer of Split Groucho ( ESG) protein. The nucleotide sequence of approximately 12 kb from the human AES gene was determined, and its protein-encoding sequence was shown to be interrupted by six introns. The human AES gene was further localized by fluorescence in situ hybridization to chromosome band 19p13.3 near the transcription factor 3 (TCF3) gene.[1]


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