Binding sites of seminal acid phosphatase to Canavalia gladiata DC lectin.

@article{Iwasa1983BindingSO,
  title={Binding sites of seminal acid phosphatase to Canavalia gladiata DC lectin.},
  author={Mineo Iwasa and Tsuyoshi Yokoi and Kaoru Sagisaka},
  journal={The Tohoku journal of experimental medicine},
  year={1983},
  volume={140 4},
  pages={
          435-41
        }
}
Binding sites of seminal acid phosphatase (AcP) to Canavalia gladiata DC lectin (Can G) were examined. Complex of AcP and Can G produced in a test tube was solubilized with alpha-methyl-D-mannoside and was fractionated with Sephadex G-200. The elution pattern of AcP activity of the complex was similar to that of seminal plasma, suggesting that the reaction of AcP and Can G was reversible. Crossed immuno-affinoelectrophoresis with intermediate gel containing free Can G or immobilized one showed… 
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