Induction of glycosylation in human C-reactive protein under different pathological conditions.

@article{Das2003InductionOG,
  title={Induction of glycosylation in human C-reactive protein under different pathological conditions.},
  author={Tanusree Das and A. K. Sen and T. Kempf and S. Pramanik and C. Mandal},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={373 Pt 2},
  pages={
          345-55
        }
}
As an acute-phase protein, human C-reactive protein (CRP) is clinically important. CRPs were purified from several samples in six different pathological conditions, where their levels ranged from 22 to 342 microg/ml. Small, but significant, variations in electrophoretic mobilities on native PAGE suggested differences in molecular mass, charge and/or shape. Following separation by SDS/PAGE, they showed single subunits with some differences in their molecular masses ranging between 27 and 30.5… Expand
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