TABLE 1

Exon-intron junctions of the amon gene

Sequence at exon-intron junctions
Exon no.Exon size (bp)5′-splice donor3′-splice acceptorIntron size (bp)
  1>545GGC CCG gtaagt. . .ttacag CTG GTC9687
  2108CCG GCG gtgagt. . .ccgcag GTG CAT842
  3271GAT G gtgagt. . .gcccag GC GTG90
  438AAT TAT gtgagt. . .ttccag AAC GCC449
  577AAC AG gtaagt. . .tttcag C CAT343
  689GCA G gtaagt. . .caacag GC ATT527
  7176AAT GAG gtacgg. . .ccgcag GGT CGA71
  8314GCC AA gtgagt. . .tggcag T CCT245
  9234CCA CA gtgagt. . .acgcag G GCC68
10166ACC AA gtaagt. . .ccatag A TCG89
11117TTG GAG gtagta. . .ccacag GCT CGC54
121719
  • Exon-intron boundary sequence is given for each junction in the amon gene. Exon sequence is in uppercase letters and intron sequence is in lowercase. The exon number and size refer to the exon that precedes the given boundary, while the intron size refers to the intron contained by the given boundary. Exon and intron sizes and junction sequences were elucidated by comparing the known amon cDNA sequence to the published Drosophila genomic sequence (Siekhaus and Fuller 1999).