N-terminal amino acid sequence of two novel tumor-derived adenylate cyclase-stimulating proteins: identification of parathyroid hormone-like and parathyroid hormone-unlike domains.

@article{Stewart1987NterminalAA,
  title={N-terminal amino acid sequence of two novel tumor-derived adenylate cyclase-stimulating proteins: identification of parathyroid hormone-like and parathyroid hormone-unlike domains.},
  author={Andrew Francis Stewart and Tianyun Wu and Dimitrios Goumas and William J. Burtis and Arthur E. Broadus},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1987},
  volume={146 2},
  pages={
          672-8
        }
}
A 17,000 dalton human adenylate cyclase-stimulating protein has previously been purified from a human tumor associated with humoral hypercalcemia of malignancy. This report describes the purification of a related 7,000-9,000 MW protein from a second tumor, and provides N-terminal amino acid sequence of these two peptides. The sequences of the peptides are identical, defining the smaller peptide as an N-terminal portion of the larger peptide. The two peptides possess one region of strong… CONTINUE READING
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