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From: Molecular cloning and expression patterns of the cholesterol side chain cleavage enzyme (CYP11A1) gene during the reproductive cycle in goose (Anas cygnoides)

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Alignment of the deduced amino acid sequence of goose CYP11A1 with those of the other birds species. Additional Genbank accession numbers not mentioned elsewhere are as follows: chicken(Gallus gallus,NM_001001756.1), turkey(Meleagris gallopavo,XR_118355.1), penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri,XM_009278905.1), crested ibis(Nipponia Nippon, XM_009469738.1), peregrine(Falco peregrinus, XM_005239431.1), rock pigeon(Columba livia, XM_005513042.1), budgerigar(Melopsittacus undulates,XM_005145776.1), saker(Falco cherrug,XM_005437500.1), Tibetan ground-tit (Pseudopodoces humilis, XM_005521726.1), Zebra Finch(Taeniopygia guttata, NM_001127374.1) and Medium ground finch(Geospiza fortis, XM_005430050.1) The asterisk indicates residues that are identical among all birds. Dashes indicate gaps introduced to facilitate alignment. Arrows highlight the p450 domain, the steroid-binding domain (I), and the heme-binding region (II)

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