Temperature acclimation induces light meromyosin isoforms with different primary structures in carp fast skeletal muscle.

@article{Watabe1995TemperatureAI,
  title={Temperature acclimation induces light meromyosin isoforms with different primary structures in carp fast skeletal muscle.},
  author={Shugo Watabe and Junichiro Imai and Mino Nakaya and Yumiko Hirayama and Yoshinori Okamoto and Hitoshi Masaki and Takeshi Uozumi and Ikuo Hirono and Tsutomu Aoki},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1995},
  volume={208 1},
  pages={
          118-25
        }
}
Carp acclimated to 10 degrees C gave 69k, 66k, and 62kDa light meromyosin (LMM) fragments in SDS-PAGE, while fish acclimated to 30 degrees C gave 74k, 69k, 66k, and 62kDa fragments. The microsequence analysis revealed that the 69k and 66kDa components from the 10 degrees C-acclimated carp contained an N-terminal amino acid sequence different from that of 62kDa. The four fragments from the 30 degrees C-acclimated carp showed the same sequence as that of the 69k and 66kDa components from the 10… CONTINUE READING
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