lactalbumin gene

Amy Voltz avoltz
Tue Nov 14 09:36:38 EST 1995


Dear Bill,
The Human Genome Database has information on a cDNA clone for the human alpha
lactalbumin gene.  The clone is known as LALBA.Clone1 and includes 426
nucleotides of the coding region and the 3' UTR. It is complementary to 90% of
the mRNA for this gene and contains an insert size of 700 bp.

The contact person for this clone is Dr. R.K. Craig at the Univ. College &
Middlesex Sch of Med., Cancer Research Campaign Endocrine Tumour, Molecular
Biology Research Group, Dept of Biochem., Cleveland St., London UK, W1P 6DB.

You can also look at this info in GDB via a new interface available at
http://gdbdev.gdb.org/gdb/lite/docs/home.html
Under "Reagents for gene analysis" enter LALBA (the official symbol for this
gene in GDB) and choose cDNA. You will be able to access all the information
I've provided and more.  

Please contact me if you have further questions or any trouble accessing this
information.

Sincerely,
Amy Voltz
avoltz at gdb.org

bLangridge at ccmail.llu.edu (Bill Langridge) wrote:
>Can anyone tell me where or from whom I may be able to obtain the human 
>alpha lactalbumin gene (cDNA)?
>
>Thank you very much,
>
>Bill Langridge
>




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