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Cloning of Rainbow Trout Egg Envelope Proteins: Members of a Unique Group of Structural Proteins1
Biology of Reproduction
All vertebrate eggs are surrounded by an extracellular envelope that protects the egg and is vital for a successful fertilization. The terminology and functions of the egg envelope vary in different vertebrate groups, but the envelope itself is consistently composed of a few major proteins that are deposited around the oocyte during oocyte growth. Here, we describe the deduced amino acid sequences and tissue expression patterns of the three major egg envelope proteins for rainbow troutdoi:10.1095/biolreprod64.3.805 pmid:11207195 fatcat:fswc6nj275adlc4o3ptbp7665m