Choriogenin and vitellogenin in red lip mullet (Chelon haematocheilus): purification, characterization, and evaluation as potential biomarkers for detecting estrogenic activity.

@article{Hong2009ChoriogeninAV,
  title={Choriogenin and vitellogenin in red lip mullet (Chelon haematocheilus): purification, characterization, and evaluation as potential biomarkers for detecting estrogenic activity.},
  author={Lei Hong and Toshiaki Fujita and Tatsunori Wada and Haruna Amano and Naoshi Hiramatsu and Xiumei Zhang and Takashi Todo and Akihiko Hara},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP},
  year={2009},
  volume={149 1},
  pages={
          9-17
        }
}
Two vitelline envelope precursors (choriogenin H: Chg H; choriogenin L: Chg L) and an egg yolk precursor (vitellogenin B: VgB) were purified from red lip mullet. The mass of intact Chg H and Chg L were estimated to be approximately 215 kDa and approximately 69 kDa, respectively. In SDS-PAGE, Chg H and Chg L separated to positions corresponding to approximately 51 kDa and approximately 44 kDa, respectively. The mass of intact VgB was approximately 530 kDa and resolved into a polypeptide of… CONTINUE READING
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