The Chlorella H+/hexose cotransporter gene.

Journal article
(Original article)

Publication Details

Author(s): Wolf K, Tanner W, Sauer N
Journal: Current Genetics
Publication year: 1991
Volume: 19
Journal issue: 3
Pages range: 215-9
ISSN: 0172-8083
Language: English


The complete genomic sequence of the inducible Chlorella kessleri H+/hexose cotransporter (HUP1) has been obtained from two overlapping clones isolated from a lambda gt10 library. The HUP1 gene is interrupted by 14 introns with the first intron being located in the 5'-untranslated part of the gene. The average intron length is 220 bp, yielding a very regular intron/exon pattern in the gene. The codon usage in this gene is strongly biased with a clear preference for C and a strong suppression of A. A consensus sequence for a putative algal polyadenylation sequence is shown and compared with other algal cDNA sequences.

FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Sauer, Norbert Prof. Dr.
Lehrstuhl für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie

External institutions with authors

Universität Regensburg

How to cite

Wolf, K., Tanner, W., & Sauer, N. (1991). The Chlorella H+/hexose cotransporter gene. Current Genetics, 19(3), 215-9.

Wolf, Konrad, Widmar Tanner, and Norbert Sauer. "The Chlorella H+/hexose cotransporter gene." Current Genetics 19.3 (1991): 215-9.


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