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Fig. 1 | Molecular Medicine

Fig. 1

From: Tumor Antigens Discovery: Perspectives for Cancer Therapy

Fig. 1

The nucleotide, amino acid sequence, and open reading frames of the gp75 gene

The partial nucleotide and amino acid sequences of the first 157 amino acids are shown from the start codon for translation of ORF1 (gp75). The DNA fragment that conferred the ability to stimulate GM-CSF release from TIL586 is underlined. Two putative start codons, ATG (254–256) and ATG (294–296), are in bold and may result in the translation of ORF2 and ORF3, respectively. The peptide sequence recognized by TTL586 from ORF3 is in bold and underlined.

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