genes without introns

Bruce Roe BROE at aardvark.ucs.ou.edu
Tue Feb 15 09:50:39 EST 2000


Alain,
	The olfactory receptor is a gene family that is intronless, to name
just one.  Check out:
  AUTHORS   Glusman G, Clifton S, Roe B and Lancet D.
  TITLE     Sequence analysis in the olfactory receptor gene cluster on human
            chromosome 17: recombinatorial events affecting receptor diversity
  JOURNAL   Genomics 37 (2), 147-160 (1996)
Cheers,
--b.roe
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 You write: 
=> Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 18:18:56 +0000
=> From: Alain Bernot <bernot at genoscope.cns.fr>
=> Subject: genes without introns
=> Hi,
=> 
=> i am looking for exemples of genes which have been sequenced in 
=> different vertebrate species, which are made of several exons and 
=> introns in most of them, but which doesnt contain any intron in one 
=> (or several) species. i am of course only interested in transcribed 
=> and functional genes, not in pseudogenes.
=> 
=> thanks in advance,
=> 
=> alain bernot.
=> 
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