deborah.hailstones at SMTPGWY.AGRIC.NSW.GOV.AU deborah.hailstones at SMTPGWY.AGRIC.NSW.GOV.AU
Sat May 31 21:55:00 EST 1997

     You will find that the more the look the more you find.... whilst most 
     cDNAs will come with an AAUAAA signal there are lots of others... from 
     memory the second-most common signal is AUUAAA.. so dont worry if 
     yours are not classical!
     On Tue, 27 May 1997, Miss. V.M. Hodges wrote:
     > I have isolated a number of murine cDNAs by differential display, 
     but some > of them appear not to have a polyadenylation signal 
     (AATAAA) even though
     > they have what appears to be a poly A tail. > Is there an 
     alternative signal to AATAAA?
     > Should I worry?
     > Any advice would be appreciated.
     > Thanks
     > Vivien.

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