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The genomic structure of an androgen-stimulated mouse seminal vesicle autoantigen was determined. Analysis of the nucleotide sequence established 2135 bp of the 5'-flanking region, four exons of 123, 136, 112, 227 bp, three introns of 1555, 1931, 316 bp, and 185 bp of the 3'-flanking region of this gene. Ten DNA segments, five in the 5'-flanking region, two in the first intron, and three in the second intron were identified to have more than 50% homology with the consensus sequence of the androgen response element (ARE). Two sets of adjacent DNA segments, one including -213 to -199 bp and -124 to -110 bp in the 5'-flanking region and the other including 2532 to 2546 bp and 2582 to 2596 bp in the second intron, are noticeable for their high degree of homology with ARE.

Original publication

DOI

10.1006/bbrc.1996.6050

Type

Journal article

Journal

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications

Publication Date

03/02/1997

Volume

231

Pages

106 - 110