Microsequence analysis of peptides and proteins

  title={Microsequence analysis of peptides and proteins},
  author={Konrad T. Beyreuther and Barbara Bieseler and J. Bovens and Renate Dildrop and Klaus Neifer and Katja Stuber and Siegfried Dr Zaiss and Ruth Ehring and Pamela Zabel},
A novel epitope of entactin is present at the mammalian neuromuscular junction
  • A. Y. Chiu, J. Ko
  • Biology
    The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience
  • 1994
The results indicate that the entactin present at the synaptic cleft also differs from ent actin present outside the synapse, suggesting that the synaptic form of entactIn may contribute to the unique functions of the ECM at the neuromuscular synapse.
The nucleotide sequence of apple mosaic virus coat protein gene has no similarity with other Bromoviridae coat protein genes.
The predicted amino acid sequence of the amino-terminal region of the ApMV coat protein is basic, rich in cysteine residues and may contain a zinc finger motif similar to that found in TSV.
Localization of protective epitopes within the pilin subunit of the Vibrio cholerae toxin-coregulated pilus
The findings suggest that this region defines a domain that participates in toxin-coregulated pilus-mediated colonization and therefore represents a target for studies of its potential as an immunogen for incorporation into a component cholera vaccine.
Monoclonal antibodies show that kinase C phosphorylation of GAP-43 during axonogenesis is both spatially and temporally restricted in vivo
This result implies that GAP- 43 is axonally transported in the non-kinase C phosphorylated form and is not required for axon outgrowth or growth cone function per se and may be more related to interactions of the growth cone with its environment.
Alzheimer's β‐Amyloid Protein Is Covalently Modified when Dissolved in Formic Acid
It is reported that 88% formic acid covalently modifies β‐amyloid protein fragments, probably by the formation of a formate ester to a serine in the protein.
Expression of a public idiotype by human monoclonal IgM directed to myelin-associated glycoprotein and characterization of the variability subgroup of their heavy and light chains
Partial aminoterminal sequence of heavy and light chains showed that anti-MAG IgM use either lambda chains or kappa light chains of different variability subgroups, which distinguish these IgM from other human monoclonal IgM with a defined antibody activity, such as rheumatoid factors or cold agglutinins.
Methods in Protein Sequence Analysis
The AChR-binding sites on a-bungarotoxin by synthetic peptides representing the exposed regions of each of the toxin loops are localized by synthetic Peptide size selected to be within the optimum size requirement for T-cell activation.