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Biol Chem. 1998 Jul;379(7):907-11.

Cloning and tissue expression of two putative steroid membrane receptors.

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  • 1Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Faculty of Clinical Medicine at Mannheim, University of Heidelberg, Germany.

Abstract

We have cloned two human putative steroid binding membrane proteins, termed Hpr6.6 and Dg6. Hpr6.6 is the human homolog of a previously cloned porcine progesterone binding protein. Both proteins contain a putative transmembrane domain and a highly conserved stretch of 58 amino acids. Hpr6.6 mRNA is expressed predominantly in liver and kidney, whereas Dg6 mRNA is preferentially expressed in placenta. Hpr6.6 is located on the X chromosome and dg6 on chromosome 4. The two proteins are the first putative steroid membrane receptors cloned from man.

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