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Construction of phylogenetic trees.
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The antigenic structure of proteins: a reappraisal.
Proteins are one of the most abundant and diverse classes of antigens to which the immune system can respond. These include trarisplantation antigens, anti­ gens of infectious and parasiticExpand
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PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF CYTOCHROME C.
  • E. Margoliash
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 October 1963
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Spectrum of horse-heart cytochrome c.
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Ferricytochrome c. I. General features of the horse and bonito proteins at 2.8 A resolution.
Abstract The structure of crystalline horse heart ferricytochrome c has been determined by x-ray methods to a resolution of 2.8 A, and the results have been extended to obtain the structure of bonitoExpand
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Definition of cytochrome c binding domains by chemical modification. III. Kinetics of reaction of carboxydinitrophenyl cytochromes c with cytochrome c oxidase.
A new protein arylating agent 4-chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzoate reacts with e-amino groups to yield stable, negatively charged carboxydinitrophenyl lysine derivatives. This transformation of a positivelyExpand
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Mitochondrial cytochrome c: preparation and activity of native and chemically modified cytochromes c.
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the preparation and activity of native and chemically modified cytochromes c. Cytochrome c is extracted from ground and homogenized tissue with a diluteExpand
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