DYNC1H1

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DYNC1H1

A gene on chromosome 14q32.3-qter that encodes a cytoplasmic dynein complex protein which acts as a motor for the intracellular retrograde motility of vesicles and organelles along microtubules. Dynein’s ATPase produces a power stroke with the release of ADP.
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destructans gene fragments (ALR, Bpntase, DHC1, GPHN, PCS, POB3, SRP72, and VPS13) were performed as described (3).
Within the range of 200-350[degrees]C mainly the loss of DOP and PVC dehydrochlorination occurred (25), This was evident for sample A, for which the loss of DOP and the DHC1 took place at T = 280[degrees]C and T = 291[degrees]C, respectively.
pannorum target gene fragments used for multiple gene genealogic analyses, New York, USA Amplicon size/ Homology (GenBank sequence used for Gene * accession no.) comparison, bp ALR Penicillium marneffei 654/534 (XP_002152078.1) Bpntase Glomerella graminicola 921/745 (EFQ33509.1) DHC1 Sordaria macrospora 597/418 (CBI53717.1) GPHN Ajellomyces capsulatus 659/525 (EEH06836.1) PCS A.