Terukatsu Sasaki

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The primary structure of the parvalbumin (pI4.97) from bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana, skeletal muscle has been determined. It is composed of 110 amino acid residues and a free amino terminus, and has a molecular mass of 11919. The amino acid sequences which are thought to be functionally important sites are also conserved in the bullfrog parvalbumin. The(More)
The chemical synthesis of biologically active peptides and polypeptides can be achieved by using a convergent strategy of condensing protected peptide segments to form the desired molecule. An oxime support increases the ease with which intermediate protected peptides can be synthesized and makes this approach useful for the synthesis of peptides in which(More)
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