Antigenic sites common to major fish myelin glycoproteins (IP) and to major tetrapod PNS myelin glycoprotein (Po) reside in the amino acid chains

@article{Jeserich1987AntigenicSC,
  title={Antigenic sites common to major fish myelin glycoproteins (IP) and to major tetrapod PNS myelin glycoprotein (Po) reside in the amino acid chains},
  author={Gunnar Jeserich and Thomas V. Waehneldt},
  journal={Neurochemical Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={12},
  pages={825-829}
}
The major myelin glycoproteins in the CNS and PNS of trout (IP) were enzymatically deglycosylated with endoglycosidase F (Endo F) and examined by electro-immunoblotting. Following carbohydrate removal and loss of concanavalin A affinity each of the four IP components underwent a similar reduction in molecular size, corresponding to approximately 3,000 daltons. Immunological cross-reactivities with anti-bovine Po or anti-trout IP2 antibodies, were however fully retained by the Endo F cleavage… CONTINUE READING
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