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ASSIGNMENT OF THE HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR (HGF) TO CHROMOSOME-7Q22-QTER

LAGUDA, B; SELDEN, C; JONES, M; HODGSON, H; SPURR, NK; (1991) ASSIGNMENT OF THE HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR (HGF) TO CHROMOSOME-7Q22-QTER. ANN HUM GENET , 55 213 - 216.

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Abstract

The hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) is thought to be important in the growth of hepatocytes during normal foetal liver growth and following liver damage. The human gene encoding HGF has been mapped to chromosome 7 and shown to be localized in the region q22-qter.

Type:Article
Title:ASSIGNMENT OF THE HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR (HGF) TO CHROMOSOME-7Q22-QTER
Keywords:SOMATIC-CELL HYBRIDS, HUMAN-MOUSE HYBRIDS, MESSENGER-RNA, EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, SERUM, GENE, RATS

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