Functional consequences of mutations in amino acid residues that stabilize calcium binding to the first epidermal growth factor homology domain of human protein C.


Charge-to-alanine mutations of three amino acid residues, viz, D46, D48, and D/Hya71, which are known to be important in stabilizing Ca2+ binding to epidermal growth factor (EGF) domains of vitamin K-dependent blood coagulation proteins, have been engineered into recombinant human protein C (r-PC). The resulting variants were then employed to assess the… (More)


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