Published in Cancer Weekly, February 11th, 2003
"One of the identified genes encodes a novel 886-amino-acid protein that was named prominin-like protein 2 (PROML2) because it shares 32% identity to prominin and prominin-like protein 1, a family of important plasma membrane proteins with five transmembrane domains. The rat PROML2 gene is expressed abundantly in the glandular epithelial cells of the rat ventral prostate," the researchers report.
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