Characterization of porcine bone sialoprotein: primary structure and cellular expression.

@article{Shapiro1993CharacterizationOP,
  title={Characterization of porcine bone sialoprotein: primary structure and cellular expression.},
  author={Hal S. Shapiro and Ji-hsiung Chen and Jeffrey L. Wrana and Qing Zhang and Mariann Blum and Jaro Sodek},
  journal={Matrix},
  year={1993},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          431-40
        }
}
Bone sialoprotein (BSP) is a highly glycosylated and sulphated phosphoprotein that is a major non-collagenous protein of bone. To further characterize the porcine protein and to study its expression during bone formation BSP cDNA clones were isolated from a porcine bone cDNA library. The primary sequence of the protein was derived from the nucleotide sequence of the largest cDNA insert and from the amino-terminal amino acid sequence determined by the automated Edman degradation procedure. When… CONTINUE READING
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