Two chromosomes for one protein?

Stephan Krueger skrueg at lsumc.edu
Wed Oct 14 17:55:21 EST 1998


> Certain proteins are assembled from 2 or more subunits, encoded by
> separate genes which map to different chromosomes.   The succinate
> dehydrogenase complex and RNA polymerase are two examples of such
> proteins.  One dimer I am aware of is platelet-derived growth factor-AB.
>
> Where could I find a complete list of proteins that are derived from
> more than one gene, and maybe even from more than one chromosome?
>





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