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C435S320100, C435S455000, C435S325000
The invention relates generally to the Jak family of kinases. This includes the DNA and amino acid sequences for Jak 3 kinases. Additionally, the invention concerns expression vectors comprising DNA sequences encoding a Jak 3 kinase and host cell containing such expression vectors.
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