By Thomas R. Russell
From Gene to Protein: details move in common and irregular Cells
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These results therefore substantiate the preliminary restriction studies carried out on total DNA digests of hen liver. The structural ovomucoid gene sequences are not contiguous and are apparently separated into several portions by multiple intervening sequences within the chick genome. The existence of four intervening sequences as established by THE OVOMUCOID GENE ORGANIZATION, STRUCTURE, A N D REGULATION 41 limited restriction analyses of the cloned 0M15 DNA should be a minimum estimation of the number of intervening sequences.
This indicates that extensive gene rearrangement, such as found during lymphocyte differentiation ( 2 1 ) , is not involved in the mechanisms leading to the expression of ovalbumin during differentiation. It is interesting that none of our studies (7, 8, 13, 14) have provided evidence that the ovalbumin intronic sequences are repeated in their entirety in the chicken genome. This may have some 58 P. CHAMBON et al. FIGURE 2. Electron microscopy of an RNA-DNA hybrid molecule between ovalbumin mRNA and the DNA of* clone AC4-ov5 (see text and Ref.
C) Schematic representation of ov-mRNA. The total length, the position of the AUG and UAA codons are taken from references 17, 19 and 2 0 . L refers to the leader sequence and 1 to 7 correspond to the 7 domains of ov-mRNA coded by exons 1 to 7. The arrows indicate the limits of these domains, assum11 ing that the splicing events obey the "GT-AG rule (see Ref. 17 and t e x t ) . Numbers in parentheses indicate the length (in nucleotides) of the domains. duct) with that of cells in which the gene is not transcribed (for instance, erythrocyte).
From Gene to Protein: Information Transfer in Normal and Abnormal Cells by Thomas R. Russell