Electrophilic levuglandin E2-protein adducts bind glycine: a model for protein crosslinking.

@article{Jirousek1990ElectrophilicLE,
  title={Electrophilic levuglandin E2-protein adducts bind glycine: a model for protein crosslinking.},
  author={M. Jirousek and K. Murthi and R. G. Salomon},
  journal={Prostaglandins},
  year={1990},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          187-203
        }
}
Prevention by glycine of protein crosslinking which accompanies binding of levuglandin E2 (LGE2) is shown to involve binding of glycine with the protein-LGE2 adduct. With ovalbumin, the LGE2 adduct initially binds nearly 2 equivalents of glycine, but the capacity to bind glycine decreases with time reflecting a competition, inter alia, with crosslinking. 
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