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eIF4G (human) A1226-p DAVKREAaLPPVSPL
eIF4G iso3 (human) A1186-p DAVKREAaLPPVSPL
eIF4G iso8 (human) A1227-p DAVKREAaLPPVSPL
eIF4G (mouse) T1226-p DPVKREAtLPPVSPP 1, 2, 3, 4
eIF4G iso2 (mouse) T1212-p DPVKREAtLPPVSPP
eIF4G (rabbit) A1029-p DAAKREAaLPPVSCA



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