Isolation and properties of the signal region from ovalbumin.

Abstract

A tryptic fragment (residues 21-47) containing the signal peptide of ovalbumin has been isolated by reverse-phase chromatography. The peptide is more active at inhibiting the processing of pre-prolactin in an in vitro translation system than fragments of ovalbumin isolated previously, and is similar in properties to synthetic signal peptides. The ovalbumin… (More)

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@article{Robinson1986IsolationAP, title={Isolation and properties of the signal region from ovalbumin.}, author={A. Robinson and Carole P. Meredith and B. Austen}, journal={FEBS letters}, year={1986}, volume={203 2}, pages={243-6} }