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Identification of two Kruppel-related zinc finger genes (ZNF200 and ZNF210) from human chromosome 16p13.3.

Deng Z., Centola M., Chen X., Sood R., Vedula A., Fischel-Ghodsian N., Kastner D.L.

During the course of cloning the gene for familial Mediterranean fever (FMF), we identified a number of transcripts from a 275-kb genomic region on 16p13.3. Two of the transcripts were found to contain multiple C2H2-type zinc finger motifs in tandem arrays, indicating that they are members of the Krüppel-type family. One transcript was found to be an alternatively spliced form of a previously reported zinc finger gene, ZNF200. The other transcript, ZNF210, is 2017 bp and encodes an open reading frame of 504 aa. Northern blot analysis indicates that ZNF210 is expressed in all the tissues tested with the highest expression in heart, skeletal muscle, pancreas, prostate, ovary, and colon. On the other hand, the strongest expression of ZNF200 is in testis, with very low levels in all the other tissues tested. Sequence analysis reveals eight C2H2 zinc finger motifs at the C-terminus of ZNF210 and five in ZNF200. In addition, ZNF210 also possesses a Krüppel-associated box at its N-terminus, indicating that it might function as a transcription repressor. The intron-exon structures of both genes were determined and showed that ZNF210 has seven exons while the coding part of ZNF200 is distributed in four exons. The locations of ZNF200 and ZNF210 are 10 and 120 kb telomeric to the FMF gene, respectively.

Genomics 53:97-103(1998) [PubMed] [Europe PMC]

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