The complete amino acid sequence of human serum transferrin.

@article{MacGillivray1982TheCA,
  title={The complete amino acid sequence of human serum transferrin.},
  author={R. T. MacGillivray and Eduardo M{\'e}ndez and Sudhir K. Sinha and Michael R. Sutton and J Lineback-Zins and Keith Brew},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1982},
  volume={79 8},
  pages={2504-8}
}
The complete amino acid sequence of human serum transferrin has been determined by aligning the structures of the 10 CNBr fragments. The order of these fragments in the polypeptide chain is deduced from the structures of peptides overlapping methionine residues and other evidence. Human transferrin contains 678 amino acid residues and--including the two asparagine-linked glycans--has an overall molecular weight of 79,550. The polypeptide chain contains two homologous domains consisting of… CONTINUE READING
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