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What's new in lysozyme research?
SummaryThe present review is focused on the main achievements realized in the lysozyme research field since the meeting held in 1972 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of thisExpand
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Human lactotransferrin: amino acid sequence and structural comparisons with other transferrins.
The complete amino acid sequence (703 amino acid residues) of human lactotransferrin has been determined. The location of the disulfide bridges has also been investigated. Computer analysisExpand
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Purification and characterization of two lysozymes from rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri).
1. Two different lysozymes, designated I and II, were purified from the kidney of rainbow trout. The enzymes had isoelectric points of approximately 9.5 and 9.65, and differed in their bindingExpand
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Complete amino acid sequence of a basic 21-kDa protein from bovine brain cytosol.
The complete amino acid sequence (186 amino acid residues) of a basic cytosolic protein from bovine brain has been determined. It was previously described as a phosphatidylethanolamine bindingExpand
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The Lysozyme from Asterias rubens
Lysozyme (mucopeptide N-acetylmuramylhydrolase) from Asterias rubens was obtained in a chromatographically and electrophoretically pure state by gel filtration and affinity chromatography. TheExpand
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Immunostimulating hexapeptide from human casein: amino acid sequence, synthesis and biological properties.
A hexapeptide obtained from human casein by enzymatic digestion has been purified, sequenced and synthesized; its structure is: Val-Glu-Pro-Ile-Pro-Tyr. In vitro this hexapeptide stimulates theExpand
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CASEINO-GLYCOPEPTIDES: CHARACTERIZATION OF A METHIONINE RESIDUE AND OF THE N-TERMINAL SEQUENCE.
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The ruminant digestion model using bacteria already employed early in evolution by symbiotic molluscs
The purification and some molecular properties of six lysozymes from the gills of different mytilids and vesicomyids are described: they belong to the previously described Invertebrate lysozymeExpand
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Episodic evolution in the stomach lysozymes of ruminants
SummaryBy sequencing lysozymesc from deer and pig stomachs and comparing them to the known amino acid sequences of other lysozymesc, it was possible to examine the rate of sequence change during andExpand
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Characterization and localization of an iron-binding 18-kDa glycopeptide isolated from the N-terminal half of human lactotransferrin.
Mild treatment of iron-saturated human lactotransferrin by trypsin at pH 8.2 cleaves the molecule into a N-tryptic (Mr approximately equal to 30000) and a C-tryptic (Mr approximately equal to 50000)Expand
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