Subunit heterogeneity in arthropod hemocyanins: II. Crustacea

  title={Subunit heterogeneity in arthropod hemocyanins: II. Crustacea},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Markl and Anders Hofer and Georg Bauer and Andreas Markl and Bernhard Kempter and Marko Brenzinger and Bernt Linzen},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
1. The hemocyanins of 10 decapod Crustacea were dissociated and their subunits analyzed by high resolution polyacrylamide electrophoresis (PAGE): 5 brachyuran crabs (Cancer pagurus, Carcinus maenas, Macropipus holsatus, Hyas araneus, Maja squinado), 3 Astacura (Astacus leptodactylus, Homarus americanus, Homarus gammarus) and the spiny lobstersPalinurus vulgaris andPanulirus interruptus 2. All of the species save the spiny lobsters possess a major hemocyanin component sedimenting with 24 S. A… CONTINUE READING
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