Hemocyanin subunit organization of the gastropod Rapana thomasiana.

@article{Gebauer1999HemocyaninSO,
  title={Hemocyanin subunit organization of the gastropod Rapana thomasiana.},
  author={Wolfgang Gebauer and Stanka Stoeva and Wolfgang Voelter and Enrico Dainese and Benedetto Salvato and Mariano Beltramini and J{\"u}rgen Markl},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
  year={1999},
  volume={372 1},
  pages={128-34}
}
RtH1 and RtH2, the two hemocyanin isoforms of the prosobranch gastropod Rapana thomasiana, have been purified by anion-exchange chromatography and studied by SDS-PAGE and immunoelectrophoresis. Both subunit types are built up of eight functional units (FUs). Under reducing conditions subunit RtH2 splits into two fragments, RtH2-a-f and RtH2-gh, suggesting the presence of a disulfide bridge between FU2-f and FU2-g. By proteolytic cleavage of the subunits into three-, two-, and single-FU… CONTINUE READING

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