The Substructure of Heavy Meromyosin THE EFFECT OF CA2+ AND MG2+ ON THE TRYPTIC FRAGMENTATION OF HEAVY MEROMYOSIN*

@inproceedings{Wolf2002TheSO,
  title={The Substructure of Heavy Meromyosin THE EFFECT OF CA2+ AND MG2+ ON THE TRYPTIC FRAGMENTATION OF HEAVY MEROMYOSIN*},
  author={Imre Wolf and LA NAGY and JOHN GERGELYQ},
  year={2002}
}
  • Imre Wolf, LA NAGY, JOHN GERGELYQ
  • Published 2002
Heavy meromyosin, obtained by tryptic digestion of myosin, containing two main polypeptides whose masses were estimated as 81,000 and 74,000 daltons from Na dodecyl-SO, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, was further digested with trypsin. The Ca’+activated ATPase activity remained unchanged and the K+-EDTA activity increased while various smaller fragments were formed. The formation of some of these fragments is affected by Ca2+ or Mg2+ as first shown by B&lint et al. (B&lint, M., Schaefer, A… CONTINUE READING