PMID: 45553Jan 1, 1979

Comparative studies on muscle AMP-deaminase--I. Purification, molecular weight, subunit structure and metal content of the enzymes from rat, rabbit, hen, frog and pikeperch

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. B, Comparative Biochemistry
A StankiewiczM Zydowo


1. AMP-deaminase (EC from skeletal muscle of frog and pikeperch was purified to homogeneity and compared with the homogeneous enzymes purified from rat, rabbit and hen skeletal muscle. 2. Their molecular weight was close to 280,000, every enzyme consisted of four identical subunits of molecular weight about 70,000. 3. All enzymes were found to contain about two atoms of zinc per molecule. 4. Minor differences of u.v.-absorption spectra between amphibian and fish muscle enzyme as compared with mammalian and bird muscle enzyme were found.


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