Hemoglobins of an amphibia, the neotenous Ambystoma mexicanum. Complete amino-acid sequence of the alpha chain of the major component using automatic solid-phase Edman degradation.

@article{Boissel1980HemoglobinsOA,
  title={Hemoglobins of an amphibia, the neotenous Ambystoma mexicanum. Complete amino-acid sequence of the alpha chain of the major component using automatic solid-phase Edman degradation.},
  author={Jean Pierre Boissel and Henri Wajcman and D. Labie},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1980},
  volume={103 3},
  pages={613-21}
}
The primary structure of axolotl (neotenous Ambystoma mexicanum) alpha chain has been determined. NH2-terminal sequence data were performed using the solid-phase method. Complete amino acid assignments were deduced from the sequences of peptides obtained after cleavage with cyanogen bromide; the methionine-containing peptides, isolated from alpha chain tryptic digest, allowing the alignment of these fragments. All overlaps have been clearly established. Axolotl alpha chain contains 142 residues… CONTINUE READING