Purification of twelve cyanogen bromide fragments from bovine plasma fibronectin and the amino acid sequence of eight of them. Overlap evidence aligning two plasmic fragments, internal homology in gelatin-binding region and phosphorylation site near C terminus.

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Twelve cyanogen bromide fragments (CB1-12) from bovine plasma fibronectin have been isolated and eight of these completely sequenced. Altogether they account for 502 of the total expected 1880 residues in each of the two chains of fibronectin. Four of these fragments (CB1-4) constitute residues 1-289 in fibronectin with CB4 overlapping the N-terminal 29-kDa… (More)

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@article{Skorstengaard1982PurificationOT, title={Purification of twelve cyanogen bromide fragments from bovine plasma fibronectin and the amino acid sequence of eight of them. Overlap evidence aligning two plasmic fragments, internal homology in gelatin-binding region and phosphorylation site near C terminus.}, author={K Skorstengaard and Hans Christian Th\ogersen and K Vibe-Pedersen and Torben Ellebaek Petersen and Sigyn Magnusson}, journal={European journal of biochemistry}, year={1982}, volume={128 2-3}, pages={605-23} }