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Review Article

Regulation of Genes Involved in Carnitine Homeostasis by PPARα across Different Species (Rat, Mouse, Pig, Cattle, Chicken, and Human)

Figure 1

Sequence alignment of the functional PPRE in the intron 1 of human, mouse, rat, pig, cattle, and chicken OCTN2. The PPRE, which is comprised of two hexanucleotides separated by a single nucleotide, termed direct repeat 1, is underlined. Matching nucleotides are shown by asterisks. Chromosomal localization, accession number of cDNA, and genomic DNA sequences from Genbank of NCBI are: hOCTN2 chr.5, AF057164 cDNA, AC118464 genomic DNA; mOCTN2 chr.11, BC031118 cDNA, AL596182 genomic DNA; rOCTN2 chr.10, NM_019269 cDNA, AC120085 genomic DNA; sOCTN2 chr.2, AK393575/AK394838/FS677719 cDNA, CU372899 genomic DNA; cOCTN2 chr.7, NM_001046502 cDNA, AC149665 genomic DNA; chOCTN2 chr.13, NM_001045828 cDNA, JH374679 genomic DNA.
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