Aug 2, 1968

Molecular aspects of specific cell contact

Science
M Crandall, T D Brock

Abstract

Complementary macromolecules were isolated from yeasts of opposite mating type. These cell-surface molecules neutralize each other as do antibodies and antigens. Both yeast factors are glycoproteins of low molecular weight. Other specific cell associations may be due to the interaction of such complementary macromolecules.

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Science of Microbial Genetics
Neoglycoproteins
Cochliobolus
Agglutination
Molecular Sieve Chromatography
Electrophoresis

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