Tissue expression

Characterization and expression of the calpastatin gene in Cyprinus carpio

W. X. Chen and Ma, Y., Characterization and expression of the calpastatin gene in Cyprinus carpio, vol. 14, pp. 7406-7416, 2015.

Calpastatin, an important protein used to regulate meat quality traits in animals, is encoded by the CAST gene. The aim of the present study was to clone the cDNA sequence of the CAST gene and detect the expression of CAST in the tissues of Cyprinus carpio. The cDNA of the C. carpio CAST gene, amplified using rapid amplification of cDNA ends PCR, is 2834 bp in length (accession No. JX275386), contains a 2634-bp open reading frame, and encodes a protein with 877 amino acid residues. The amino acid sequence of the C.

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