HUMAN PLACENTAL AND INTESTINAL ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE GENES MAP TO 2Q34-Q37
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HUMAN PLACENTAL AND INTESTINAL ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE GENES MAP TO 2Q34-Q37

  • Author(s): GRIFFIN, CA
  • SMITH, M
  • HENTHORN, PS
  • HARRIS, H
  • WEISS, MJ
  • RADUCHA, M
  • EMANUEL, BS
  • et al.
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Abstract

The alkaline phosphatases comprise a multigene enzyme family that hydolyze phosphate esters and are widely distributed in nature. Three main classes have been isolated from humans, the placental, intestinal, and liver/bone/kidney forms. We have mapped the placental and intestinal alkaline phosphatase genes to 2q34-q37 by using chromosomal in situ hybridization and a somatic-cell hybrid panel.

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