Partial purification of detergent-soluble HL-A antigen and its cleavage by papain.


HL-A antigen solubilized with the non-ionic detergent, Brij 99, has been purified to about 50% of homogeneity from a cultured human lymphoblast line. It consists of two nonidentical subunits of 44,000 and 12,000 molecular weight (MW). Upon papain proteolysis the 44,000 MW peptide is converted by at least two cleavages to a 34,000 MW peptide, but the 12,000… (More)


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