Protein components of human tracheobronchial mucin: partial characterization of a closely associated 65-kilodalton protein.

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A high-density mucin glycoprotein was isolated from human tracheobronchial secretions substantially free of contaminating protein, low-density glycoprotein, proteolytic enzymes, and lipid. A closely associated 65-kDa protein was discovered while investigating the effect of 2-mercaptoethanol treatment on the purified mucin glycoprotein. It has been… (More)

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@article{Ringler1988ProteinCO, title={Protein components of human tracheobronchial mucin: partial characterization of a closely associated 65-kilodalton protein.}, author={Nancy J. Ringler and Rajesh Selvakumar and H D Woodward and Veer P. Bhavanandan and Eugene A. Davidson}, journal={Biochemistry}, year={1988}, volume={27 21}, pages={8056-63} }