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Cell block cytology. Improved preparation and its efficacy in diagnostic cytology.
- N. A. Nathan, E. Narayan, M. M. Smith, M. Horn
- American journal of clinical pathology
- 1 October 2000
Cell blocks prepared from residual tissue fluids and fine-needle aspirations can be useful adjuncts to smears for establishing a more definitive cytopathologic diagnosis. They can be particularly… Expand
Colorimetric determination of methionine in proteins and foods.
Most of the earlier methods for the quantitative determination of amino acids are applicable only to purified proteins. Interfering reactions with non-protein substances, particularly carbohydrates,… Expand
The amino acid sequence of rabbit skeletal muscle troponin C: Gene replication and homology with calcium ‐binding proteins from carp and hake muscle
- J. Collins, J. Potter, M. Horn, G. Wilshire, N. Jackman
- Chemistry, Medicine
- FEBS letters
- 1 November 1973
Troponin, a protein found in the thin filaments of muscle of a wide variety of species [l] , in combination with tropomyosin regulates muscle contraction by conferring a calcium sensitivity on the… Expand
Solid‐phase edman degradation: Attachment of carboxyl‐terminal homoserine peptides to an insoluble resin
Attachment of peptides to insoluble supports prior to sequencing by solid-phase Edman degradation [l] has been achieved by the use of peptide amino  and carboxyl group [ 1,3] coupling agents.… Expand
Solid‐phase Edman degradation. The use of p‐phenyl diisothiocyanate to attach lysine‐ and arginine‐containing peptides to insoluble resins
The primary step in sequencing peptides by the solid-phase Edman degradation [l] is attachment of the peptide to an insoluble resin, generally by blocking the peptide amino groups and then activating… Expand
Eosinophilic cellulitis (Wells' syndrome)
To the Editor.— In 1971 Wells described an unusual cutaneous eruption resembling acute cellulitis. Grossly it appears as single or multiple erythematous, edematous plaques and histologically… Expand
Availability of amino acids. A methionine-fructose compound and its availability to micro-organisms and rats.
Determination of the amino acid sequence of troponon C from rabbit skeletal muscle.
- J. Collins, M. Greaser, J. Potter, M. Horn
- Medicine, Chemistry
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 25 September 1977
The complete amino acid sequence of rabbit skeletal muscle troponin C (TnC) was determined from studies on overlapping peptides isolated from cyanogen bromide and tryptic digests. TnC was found to be… Expand
Availability of amino acids to microorganisms. II. A rapid microbial method of determining protein value.
Amination of carboxyl-terminal homoserine peptides as an aid in peptide separation.
- M. Horn
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Analytical biochemistry
- 1 December 1975
Abstract Lactonization and amination of peptide mixtures containing C-terminal homoserine peptides facilitated separation of these peptide mixtures. The use of radio-actively labeled diamine allowed… Expand