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Two cDNAs were cloned that encode proteins (Pan-1 and Pan-2, with predicted molecular masses of 67.4 and 67.7 kD, respectively} that bind to a conserved transcriptional regulatory element present in pancreatic exocrine genes. The cDNAs are virtually identical in the region that encodes the amino-terminal 525 amino acids; they differ only by a 3-nucleotide insertion that results in the addition of a single amino acid. The cDNAs, however, code for related, but divergent, carboxy-terminal regions.doi:10.1101/gad.4.6.1035 pmid:2200736 fatcat:y64wrqyj75bmha6u6y7erbbp4q