Degradation by bacteria of membrane and soluble protein in seawater

@inproceedings{Nagata1998DegradationBB,
  title={Degradation by bacteria of membrane and soluble protein in seawater},
  author={Toshi Nagata and Rumi Fukuda and Isao Koike and Kazuhiro Kogure and David L. Kirchman},
  year={1998}
}
In order to test the hypothesis that bactenal membrane protein is more slowly degraded than soluble protein in seawater, we examined degradation by natural bacterioplankton of membrane and soluble proteins prepared from the marine bacterium Vjbno alginol~~ficus radiolabeled with 3Hor 14C-leucine. First order kinetic constants indicated that proteins in crude membrane extract are degraded at significantly slower rates ('4 to ' l b ) than the soluble proteins. Proteins determined to be intimately… CONTINUE READING

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