Schmidt 2006

CURRICULUM VITAE

                                      Edward Eric Schmidt, Ph.D.

Current Position:      A...
Schmidt 2006

1999: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($11,399), “Purification of homogeneous sub-populations of
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Schmidt 2006


Postdoctoral fellows trained
Lynn George, Ph.D. 2004-2005.
Yun-shang Piao, Ph.D. 2005 – present.
Yan Li, Ph...
Schmidt 2006

Schmidt, E.E., A.A. Bondareva, J.R. Radke, and M.R. Capecchi (2003). Fundamental cellular processes
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Schmidt 2006

E.E. Schmidt* and M.R. Capecchi, 2000, “Vertebrate-specific functions of the basal transcription
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Schmidt 2006

Novel gene sequences submitted to NCBI/GenBank (10 total)
AY168624     Sea lamprey (P. marinus) TBP mRNA, co...
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  1. 1. Schmidt 2006 CURRICULUM VITAE Edward Eric Schmidt, Ph.D. Current Position: Associate Professor of Veterinary Molecular Biology Address: Veterinary Molecular Biology, Molecular Biosciences Building, Montana State University, 960 Technology Blvd., Bozeman, MT 59718. ph. (406) 994-4705, fx. (406) 994-4303, e- mail <eschmidt@montana.edu>. web site: htp://vmb.montana.edu/schmidt/index.htm Education: 01/86-08/90 Ph.D., Oregon State University, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 09/81-06/85 B.S., B.A., University of Montana, with honors, Departments of Microbiology, Biology, and Zoology. Minor, Botany. Professional experience: 10/05 - present Associate Professor. Veterinary Molecular Biology, Montana State University. 4/05 - present Affiliate Faculty. Biochemistry Department, University of Washington. 2/05 - present Adjunct Faculty. Center for Reproductive Biology, Washington State University. 9/99-9/05 Assistant Professor. Veterinary Molecular Biology, Montana State University. 1/97-8/99 Postdoctoral Research Assistant/Research Assistant Professor. Department of Human Genetics, University of Utah. Advisor: Dr. Mario R. Capecchi 2/91-11/96 Postdoctoral Research Assistant. Department of Molecular Biology, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Advisor: Dr. Ueli Schibler. 1/86-1/91 Ph.D. Student. Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Oregon State University. Advisor: Dr. Gary F. Merrill. Fellowships, awards, and honors: 2005-2010 NSF CAREER Development Award. 2003 Nominated for the Charles and Nora L. Wiley Faculty Award for Meritorious Research and Creativity, Montana State University. 2001.2003 Basil O’Connor New Investigator Award, March of Dimes Foundation. 2001 Personal Letter of Commendation from United States Senator Conrad Burns. 1997-2000 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellow of the Life Sciences Research Foundation. 1997 Postdoctoral Fellow funded by the Mathers Foundation. 1993-1996 Postdoctoral Fellow funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and the State of Geneva. 1991-1993 NIH Fogarty/ Swiss National Science Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship. 1988, 1987 N. L. Tartar Pre-doctoral Research Fellowship. 1986, 1987 National Institutes of Health and Human Services Pre-doctoral training grant recipient. 1985 Graduated with honors, University of Montana. 1984, 1985 Watkins Honorary Undergraduate Research Scholarship, University of Montana. Research overview My primary research interests are to understand the intricate gene regulatory mechanisms that function in development and maintenance of complex organisms, like ourselves. Much of our work involves analyses of mouse lines we produce that bear targeted mutations (e.g., “knockouts”); however, our approaches to understanding the roles of the mutated genes are broad, including phylogenetics, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, histology, biophysics, genomics, proteomics, and other techniques. The biological processes we are studying include early embryonic patterning and development, placental physiology, germ cell maturation, immune cell functions, and the maternal/fetal immune interaction. Grants and awards funded as P.I. (>$3,700,000 total): 1990 – 1993: NIH Fogarty International/Swiss National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, “Liver-specific expression of the D-site binding protein”. 1997 – 1999: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellow of the Life Sciences Research Foundation, “Disruption of specific function of a fundamental gene”. 1998 – 2000: NIH R03 HD35824 ($140,000), “Disruption of spermatid-specific TBP expression in mice”.
  2. 2. Schmidt 2006 1999: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($11,399), “Purification of homogeneous sub-populations of spermatids”. 2000 – 2003: NIH R03 HD39242 ($140,000), “Timing spermiogenic information retrieval”. 2000: NSF-MONTS grant ($25,000), “Causes of midgestational lethality in a line of mutant mice”. 2000: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($4,000), “Timing spermiogenic information retrieval”. 2001 – 2003: March of Dimes Basil O’Connor New Investigator Award ($150,000), “Regulation of mid- embryogenesis”. 2001 – 2005: NSF 0090884 ($400,000), “Vertebrate-specific transcriptional signaling”. 2001 – 2004: USDA-NRI Seed Grant ($75,000), “Parameters affecting the efficiency of homologous gene targeting in bovine cells.” 2001: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($4,000), “Parameters affecting the efficiency of homologous gene targeting in bovine cells.” 2002: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($4,000), “Parameters affecting the efficiency of homologous gene targeting in bovine cells.” 2003 – 2006: March of Dimes Research Grant ($270,771), “Regulation of the maternal/fetal immune interaction”. 2003: BRIN Grant ($25,000), “TRR1/p53 interactions in a mammalian system”. 2003: USDA Animal Health Formula Funds ($4,000), “Parameters affecting the efficiency of homologous gene targeting in bovine cells.” 2003: BRIN travel award ($1,623), “Gene expression and signaling in the immune system”. 2003: MSU Faculty development award ($3,700), “Reproductive immunology”. 2005-2010, NIH/NIAID R01AI055739 ($1,741,361), “The maternal-fetal interaction.” 2005 – 2010: NSF-CAREER Award ($692,115), CAREER: Evolution of a vertebrate-specific plug-and-jack interaction”. Collaborative grants and awards funded ($375,000 total) 1999: USDA Shared Equipment Grant ($25,000, D. Burgess, P.I.), Perkin Elmer Real-Time PCR system. 2000: USDA Shared Equipment Grant ($25,000, M. Hardy, P.I.), Beckman ultracentrifuge rotor set. 2001: USDA Shared Equipment Grant ($25,000, M. Quinn, P.I.), In situ PCR system. 2003 – 2006, USDA-NRI Grant, role, co-investigator, 5% effort. ($300,000, M. Jutila, P.I.), “Myeloid specific gene expression in gamma-delta T cells”. Professional society memberships American Society of Reproductive Immunology American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology American Society of Microbiology American Association for the Advancement of Science Journal and grant review service i. Editorial Board, Am. J. Reprod. Immunol. 2006 - 2009. ii. ad hoc reviewer for: EMBO J., Genes Dev., J. Cell Biol., J. Biol. Chem., Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., Mol. Cell. Biol., J. Immunol., Acta Sinca Zoologica iii. ad hoc reviewer for the following granting agencies: - Swiss National Science Foundation - Department of Veteran’s Affairs - USDA Teaching Lecturer for Introduction to Biotechnology (VTMB 101), Fall 1999, Spring 2000, Fall 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Fall 2005. Lecturer for The Ethical Practice of Science (VTMB 424) Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004, Spring 2005. Lecturer for Complex Biological Systems I (VTMB 610), Fall 1999, Fall 2000, Fall 2001, Fall 2002, Fall 2003. Lecturer for Complex Biological Systems II (VTMB 611), Spring 2000. Lecturer for Complex Biological Systems I Lab (VTMB 612), Fall 1999, Fall 2000, Fall 2001, Fall 2002, Fall 2003. Lecturer for Principles and Techniques of Animal Experimentation (MB 501), Fall 2001. Instructor for Genome Sciences (VTMB 421), Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Spring 2002. Instructor for Functional Gene Expression (VTMB 422), Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006. Instructor for Eukaryotic Gene Expression (VTMB 505), Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Spring 2003. Spring 2005
  3. 3. Schmidt 2006 Postdoctoral fellows trained Lynn George, Ph.D. 2004-2005. Yun-shang Piao, Ph.D. 2005 – present. Yan Li, Ph.D. 2005 – present. Hui Zhu, Ph.D. 2005 – present. Graduate students trained Tammy Tucker, MS. 2001 – 2003. M.S. thesis: “Systems for studying the non-ubiquitous functions of the TATA-binding protein, TBP”. Current position, Assisted Animal Reproduction Technician, San Diego Zoo, San Diego, CA. Nicole K. Hobbs, Ph.D., 2000 – 2004. Ph.D. thesis, “Mid- and late-gestation lethality in mice lacking the N terminus of TATA-binding protein.” Current position, Postdoctoral Fellow, Models for Disease Center, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, MA. Justin R. Prigge. 2001 – present. Ph.D. candidate (expected completion 2006). Amy L. Sealey. 2001 – present. Ph.D. candidate (expected completion 2006). Olivier Lucas, 2003 – present. Ph.D. candidate. (expected completion 2007). Undergraduate students trained in laboratory Raelene Zospah, AIRO/BRIDGES Student, 2000-2003, B.S., 2003. Currently in the M.D./Ph.D. program at Oklahoma State University. Amber Osborne, BRIN/IMBRE Summer Student from MSU-Billings, 2001. B.S., 2002. Currently in Ph.D. program at University of Utah. Stephanie Wallin, Honors Program Student, Summer 2000, B.S., 2004. Current position, Research Associate, Montana State University. Jaspur Kolar, CBS Program Student, 2000-2001, B.S. 2002. Current position unknown. Seth McCord, Honors Program Student, 2000, B.S. 2002. Current position unknown. Christy Weaver, Honors Program Student, 2000, B.S., 2003. Current position, Research Technician, Thermal Biology Institute, Montana State University. Dustin Walter, 2004, AIRO/BRIDGES Student. Current position, Paramedic, Rocky Boy Reservation. Austin Lammers, 2002-2005, BRIN/IMBRE Student, degree in progress. Brianne Gone, AIRO/BRIDGES Student, 2004, degree in progress. Vance Lochridge, MSU Biotech Program Internship Student, 2001, B.S. 2002, Current position, Research Associate, Montana State University. Tessa Andrews, 2003, BRIN/IMBRE Student, degree in progress. Frank Leeds, 2003, Work-study Student, Current position unknown. Jane Phares, 2002, MSU Microbiology Department Internship, B.S., 2003. Current position unknown. Sonya Iverson, 2005-present. INBRE research scholar (currently a Senior). Ashley Siders, 2005- present. University Honors Program Scholar (currently a Senior). High School students trained in laboratory Cole Arthum, 2003, Shields Valley “School-to-work” program. Daniel Swanson, 2004, Bozeman High School. Courtney Sipes, 2004, Bozeman High School “Work Experience” program. Katie Mattix, 2005 – present. Currently a graduating Senior. Peer reviewed publications Prigge J.R., O. Lucas, and E.E. Schmidt (2006). Direct polyglutamine tract-independent interaction between TBP and Huntingtin-associated protein, HAP. In preparation. Schmidt, E.E., A.A. Bondareva, A.M. Siders, S.V. Iverson, M. Wakamiya, O. Lucas, J.R. Prigge, S.L. Wallin, M.R. Capecchi, and G.F. Merrill (2006). Thioredoxin redyuctase-dependence of patterning during mammalian gastrulation. In preparation. Kundert, J., N.K. Hobbs, A.L. Sealey, A. Lammers, M.R. Capecchi, and E.E. Schmidt (2006). Syngeneic immune-dependent miscarriage in mice suggest paternal alloantigen-independent mechanisms. In preparation. Schmidt, E.E. (2006). The origins of polypeptide domains. Submitted, in review. Prigge, J.R., and E.E. Schmidt (2006). Interaction of protein inhibitor of activated STAT (PIAS) proteins with the TATA-binding protein, TBP. Submitted, in revision. Tucker, T.A., J. Kundert, A.A. Bondareva, and E.E. Schmidt (2005). Reproductive and neurological quakingviable (Qkv) phenotypes in a severe combined immune deficient (SCID) background. Immunogenetics 57; 226-231. Bondareva, A.A. and E.E. Schmidt (2003). Early vertebrate evolution of the TATA-binding protein, TBP. Mol. Biol. Evol. 20; 1932-1969.
  4. 4. Schmidt 2006 Schmidt, E.E., A.A. Bondareva, J.R. Radke, and M.R. Capecchi (2003). Fundamental cellular processes do not require vertebrate-specific sequences within the TATA-binding protein. J. Biol. Chem. 278; 6168 -6174. Hobbs, N.K., A.A. Bondareva, S. Barnett, M.R. Capecchi, and E.E. Schmidt (2002). Removing the TBP N terminus disrupts placental beta-2-microglobulin-dependent interactions with the maternal immune system. Cell 110; 43-54. Sealey, A.L., N.K. Hobbs, and E.E. Schmidt (2001). Molecular genotyping of the mouse scid allele. J. Imm. Meth. 260; 303-304. Schmidt, E.E., D.S. Taylor, J.R. Prigge, S. Barnett, and M.R. Capecchi (2000). Illegitimate Cre-dependent chromosome rearrangements in transgenic mouse spermatids. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 97;13702-13707. Schmidt, E.E., E.S. Hanson, and M.R. Capecchi (1999). Sequence-independent assembly of spermatid mRNAs into mRNP particles. Mol. Cell. Biol. 19; 3904-3915. Schmidt, E.E., and U. Schibler (1997). Developmental testis-specific regulation of mRNA levels and mRNA translational efficiencies for TATA-binding protein mRNA isoforms. Dev. Biol. 184;138-149. Schmidt, E.E., Ohbayashi, T., Makino, Y., Tamura, T.-a., and U. Schibler (1997). Spermatid-specific overexpression of the TATA-binding protein gene involves recruitment of two potent testis specific promoters. J. Biol. Chem. 272;5326-5334. Schmidt, E.E. (1996). Transcriptional promiscuity in testis. Curr. Biol. 6;768-769. Ohbayashi, T., Schmidt, E.E., Makino, Y., Kishimoto, T., Nabeshima, Y.-i., Muramatsu, M., and Tamura, T.-a. (1996). Promoter structure of the mouse TATA-binding protein (TBP) gene. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 225;275-280. Schmidt, E.E., and U. Schibler (1995). High accumulation of components of the RNA polymerase II machinery in rodent spermatids. Development 121;2373-2383 . Schmidt, E.E., and U. Schibler (1995). Cell size regulation, a mechanism that controls cellular RNA accumulation: Consequences on regulation of the ubiquitous transcription factors Oct1 and NF-Y, and the liver-enriched transcription factor DBP. J. Cell Biol. 128;467-483. Schmidt, E.E., and G.F. Merrill (1991). Changes in dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR) mRNA levels can account fully for changes in DHFR synthesis rates during terminal differentiation in a highly amplified myogenic cell line. Mol. Cell. Biol. 11;3726-3734. Rawson, C.L., D. T. Loo, J.R. Duimstra, O.R. Hedstrom, E.E. Schmidt, and D.W. Barnes (1991). Death of serum-free mouse embryo (SFME) cells caused by epidermal growth factor deprivation. J. Cell Biol. 113;671-680. Schmidt, E.E., R.A. Owen, and G.F. Merrill (1990). An Intragenic Region Downstream from the Dihydrofolate Reductase Promoter is Required for Replication-Dependent Expression. J. Biol. Chem. 265;17397-17400. Schmidt, E.E., and G.F. Merrill (1989). Transcriptional repression of the mouse dihydrofolate reductase gene during muscle cell commitment. J. Biol. Chem. 264;21247-21256. Schmidt, E.E., and G.F. Merrill (1989). Maintenance of dihydrofolate reductase enzyme after disappearance of DHFR mRNA during muscle cell differentiation. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. 25;697-704. Other publications Lavery, D.J., E.E. Schmidt, and U. Schibler (1996). "The PAR transcription factor family and circadian gene expression." In, Vistas on Biorhythmicity: H. Greppin, R. Degli Agosti, and M. Bonzon, eds. University of Geneva Press. pp. 135-145. Wuarin, J., E. Falvey, D. Lavery, D. Talbot, E. Schmidt, V. Ossipow, P. Fonjallaz, and U. Schibler (1992). The role of the transcriptional activator protein DBP in circadian liver gene expression. J. Cell Sci. supplement 16;123-127. Merrill, G.F., M.K. Gross, E.E. Schmidt, T. Jacobsen, and C.O. Scarlet, (1989). "Identification of a translational mechanism that regulates levels of an enzyme involved in DNA precursor synthesis." In Molecular Biology of Aging: UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology Vol 123. Wiley- Liss, New York. pp.217-230. Abstracts and posters (* denotes presenter) E.E. Schmidt* and M.R. Capecchi, 1999, “Disruption of specific function of a fundamental gene”, World Congress of the Society of Developmental Biology, Oslo, Norway. N. Hobbs, J. Prigge, A. Bondareva, M.R. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt* 2000. “Developmental disruption of mice lacking the N terminus of TBP”, North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA.
  5. 5. Schmidt 2006 E.E. Schmidt* and M.R. Capecchi, 2000, “Vertebrate-specific functions of the basal transcription machinery”, “Arolla Workshop 2000, Genes and Development: signaling in health and Disease”., Arolla, Switzerland. N. Hobbs, J. Prigge, A. Bondareva, T. Tucker, M.R. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt* 2001. “Mice lacking the N-terminus of TBP fail to interact appropriately with the maternal immune system”, North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA. N. Hobbs*, R. Zospah, A. Bondareva, M.R. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt 2001. “Mice lacking the N terminus of TBP die in mid-gestation from a maternal immune response”, North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA (Ph.D. student N. Hobbs was awarded the “Best Student Poster” award for this presentation). R. Zospah*, N. Hobbs, and E. Schmidt 2001. “Mice lacking the N terminus of TBP die in mid-gestation from a maternal immune response”, National Minority Leadership Conference. J. Kolar*, and E. Schmidt. “Role of the vertebrate-specific TBP N terminus”. Annual BRIN/IMBRE student poster presentations, Bozeman, MT. J. Prigge*, A. Bondareva, A. Osborne, M. Capecchi, and E. Schmdt, 2002. “A yeast two-hybrid screen to identify proteins that interact with the N terminus of TBP”. North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA N. Hobbs*, R. Zospah, A. Bondareva, M. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt, 2002. “Genetic analysis of the maternal immune response against placentas lacking the N terminus of TBP”. North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA (Ph.D. Student N. Hobbs was awarded the “Best Student Speaker” award for this talk.). R. Zospah*, N. Hobbs, and E. Schmidt, 2002. “Genetic analysis of the maternal immune response against placentas lacking the N terminus of TBP”. National Minority Leadership Conference, Atlanta, GA. Hobbs, N., A. Bondareva, M. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt*, 2002. “Removing the vertebrate-specific TBP N terminus disrupts placental beta-2 microglobulin-dependent interactions with the maternal immune system”. Meeting on “Gene Expression and Signaling in the Immune System”, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. J. Prigge*, A. Bondareva, A. Osborne, M. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt, 2002. “A yeast two-hybrid screen to identify proteins that interact with the N terminus of TBP”. World Congress of the Society of Developmental Biology, Seattle, WA. A. Osborne*, J. Prigge, and E. Schmidt, 2002. “Protein-protein interactions involving the N terminus of TBP.” Annual BRIN/IMBRE student poster presentations, Bozeman, MT. A. Osborne*, J. Prigge, and E. Schmidt, 2002. “Protein-protein interactions involving the N terminus of TBP.” Montana State Legislature Summer Session, Helena, MT (Undergraduate BRIN/IMBRE Student A. Osborne from MSU-Billings, who worked for the summer in our group, was invited to present this poster to the Montana State Legislature as evidence of the role of MSU and BRIN/IMBRE in providing research experience and education to students from smaller state campuses.) N. Hobbs*, A Bondareva, S. Barnet, M. Capecchi, and E. Schmidt 2003. “Placentas lacking the TBP N terminus are defective in a beta-2 microglobulin-dependent process”, North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA. A. Lammers*, A. Sealey, and E. Schmidt, 2003. “Genetic complementation of mice lacking the TBP N terminus”. Annual BRIN/IMBRE student poster presentations, Bozeman, MT. J. Prigge* and E. Schmidt, 2003. “Screens for proteins that interact with the TBP N terminus”. North West Regional Developmental Biology Conference, Friday Harbor, WA. N. Hobbs*, A. Bondareva, and E. Schmidt, 2003. Placentas lacking the TBP N terminus are defective in a beta-2 microglobulin-dependent process”. FASEB Meeting, New Orleans, LA. J. Prigge and E. Schmidt*, 2003. “Screens for proteins that interact with the TBP N terminus”. ASMBMB Meeting on Proteomics in Biology and Health, Stowers Institute, Kansas City, MO. A. Lammers*, A. Sealey, and E. Schmidt, 2004. “Role of NK cells in rejection of placentas lacking the TBP N terminus”. Annual BRIN/IMBRE student poster presentations, Bozeman, MT. J. Prigge* and E. Schmidt, 2004. “Proteins that interact with the TBP N terminus in two-hybrid screens”. Annual FASEB/ASMBMB meeting, Boston, MA. N. Hobbs, A. Bondareva, A. Sealey, J. Kundert, and E. Schmidt*, 2004. “Regulation of the maternal/fetal immune interaction”. Meeting on “Gene expression and signaling in the immune system”, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. N. Hobbs, A. Bondareva, A. Sealey, J. Kundert, and E. Schmidt*, 2004. “Regulation of the maternal/fetal immune interaction”. Federation of Clinical Scientists’ World Congress on Immunology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. O. Lucas*, J. Prigge, and E. Schmidt, 2004. “Emergence and evolution of a vertebrate-specific protein:protein interaction” Meeting on “Stem cells and vertebrate evolution”, Mount Desert Island Research Institute, Bar Harbor, ME. N. Hobbs, A. Bondareva, A. Sealey, J. Kundert, and E. Schmidt*, 2004. “The role of fetal antigens in the maternal/fetal immune interaction”. Workshop on “Face-offs in reproductive immunology”, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  6. 6. Schmidt 2006 Novel gene sequences submitted to NCBI/GenBank (10 total) AY168624 Sea lamprey (P. marinus) TBP mRNA, complete cds. AY168625 Amphioxus (B. floridae) TBP mRNA isoform 1, complete cds. AY168626 Amphioxus (B. floridae) TBP mRNA isoform 2, complete cds. AY168627 Hagfish (E. stouti) TBP gene, exons 3-left, 3-right, and partial cds. AY168628 Amphioxus (B. floridae) TBP mRNA isoform 3, complete cds. AY168629 Sea lamprey (P. marinus) TBP gene, exons 3-left, 3-right, and partial cds. AY168630 Hagfish (E. stouti) TBP mRNA, complete cds. AY168631 Shark (G. cirratum) TBP mRNA, complete cds. AY168632 Amphioxus (B. floridae) TBP mRNA isoform 4, complete cds. AY168633 Zebrafish (D. rerio) TBP mRNA, complete cds.

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