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From: PCR cloning of a histone H1 gene from Anopheles stephensi mosquito cells: comparison of the protein sequence with histone H1-like, C-terminal extensions on mosquito ribosomal protein S6

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Primer design. To design primers, we aligned an An. gambiae putative histone H1 candidate XP_311486 (Panel A, top) with a histone H1 protein (Q07134; Panel A, bottom) from C. thummi. Boxed residues were chosen for design of primers, according to the An. gambiae nucleotide sequence. Panel B shows these primer residues aligned between the An. stephensi RPS6 tail (top), and the putative Anopheles gambiae histone H1 (bottom). Vertical bars designate identities.

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