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DNA encoding N- and C- terminally truncated colony stimulating factor-1 variants

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5681719.

DNA for new forms of CSF-1 are provided which relate to N-terminal and C-terminal truncations. Specifically, N-.gradient.3 terminal truncations of the short and long forms of CSF-1 have been found to be particularly advantageous. These forms may have a C-terminal truncation at a variety of different amino acids beyond position 149.

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