Translation elongation factor eEF1A2 is essential for post-weaning survival in mice.
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Expression of eEF1A2 is associated with clear cell histology in ovarian carcinomas: overexpression of the gene is not dependent on modifications at the EEF1A2 locus.
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Isolation of a microsatellite that reveals paralogy between the subtelomeric regions of mouse chromosomes 17 and 19: further evidence for telomere-telomere exchange in the mouse.
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The lethal mutation of the mouse wasted (wst) is a deletion that abolishes expression of a tissue-specific isoform of translation elongation factor 1alpha, encoded by the Eef1a2 gene.
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