3′ UTR of the human prohibitin gene

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ABSTRACT:
The 3′ untranslated region of the human prohibitin gene has been isolated for use in a cancer susceptibility screen and as a therapeutic agent for the treatment of cancer.

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Sequence alignment between Seq ID No. 3 and Seq ID No. 10.
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