Mouse submandibular gland salivary apomucin contains repeated N-glycosylation sites.

@article{Denny1996MouseSG,
  title={Mouse submandibular gland salivary apomucin contains repeated N-glycosylation sites.},
  author={Paul C. Denny and L Mirels and Patricia A. Denny},
  journal={Glycobiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={43-50}
}
A cDNA clone encoding mouse submandibular gland salivary mucin apoprotein was isolated and characterized. The mucin cDNA encodes a protein of 273 amino acids with a calculated molecular weight of 29,606. This apomucin is approximately 60% Thr, Ser, and Pro, and has a pI of 11.25. In addition to the signal sequence, the apomucin can be divided into four structural domains. The first of these contains over 30% Thr, Ser, and Pro, but only a few probable O-glycosylation sites. The second domain… CONTINUE READING