Proteolysis of noncollagenous proteins in sea cucumber, Stichopus japonicus, body wall: characterisation and the effects of cysteine protease inhibitors.

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Proteolysis of noncollagenous proteins in sea cucumber, Stichopus Japonicus, body wall (sjBW) was investigated. The proteins removed from sjBW by SDS and urea extraction were mainly noncollagenous proteins with molecular weights about 200kDa (Band I) and 44kDa (Band II), respectively. Band I and Band II were identified as major yolk protein (MYP) and actin… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2013.03.088

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@article{Wu2013ProteolysisON, title={Proteolysis of noncollagenous proteins in sea cucumber, Stichopus japonicus, body wall: characterisation and the effects of cysteine protease inhibitors.}, author={Haitao Wu and Dong-mei Li and Beiwei Zhu and Jin-Jian Sun and Jie Zheng and Feng-lin Wang and Kunihiko Konno and Xi Jiang}, journal={Food chemistry}, year={2013}, volume={141 2}, pages={1287-94} }