By Alton Meister
Glutathione S-Transferases: constitution and Mechanism of an Archetypical Detoxication Enzyme (R. Armstrong).
legislation of Cholesteryl Ester Hydrolases (D. Hajjar).
the hot Biology of Adenosine Receptors (T. Palmer & G. Stiles).
Microtubule Dynamics: Bioenergetics and keep an eye on (D. Purich & J. Angelastro).
Expression of the -Crystallin/Small Heat-Shock Protein/Molecular Chaperone Genes within the Lens and different Tissues (C. Sax & J. Piatigorsky).
Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxykinase (GTP): The Gene and the Enzyme (R. Hanson & Y. Patel).
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The relationship between the coding exons and the three-dimensional protein structures of the alpha, mu, and pi class enzymes is illustrated in Figure 15. There is nothing particularly unusual about exon size or the type of exon boundaries in the GSH transferase genes sequenced to date. Most of the internal exons fall within the normal size distribution for typical exons (20-50 codons) (88, 89). Furthermore, the distribution of intron splice junction types (0, I , or 2, where type 0 interrupts between codons and types 1 and 2 interrupt after the first or second base in the codon) is also fairly typical, with a preponderance (59%) of type 0 boundaries and a lesser abundance of types I (35%) and 2 (6%).
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