protein kinase c

Barb Moffatt moffatt at SCIBORG.UWATERLOO.CA
Sat Feb 27 10:34:48 EST 1993


Dear Network:
        A colleague of mine had a student sequence a random clone from an
Arabidopsis cDNA library for experience and when they checked Genbank it
showed similarity to a number of protein kinase c's.  They only sequenced
about 300 bases of one end.  The similarity extends over the last 100 bases
of this and may continue off the end.  This has about 65% identity at the
nucleotide level. He is not interested in working on this but if anyone is
interested in persuing this they would be welcome to the clone.  Please
address further questions to: Joycep at vax2.concordia.ca.
Thanks.
Barb Moffatt


Regards,
Doug

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