PMID: 708767Sep 26, 1978Paper

Parvalbumins from coelacanth muscle. III. Amino acid sequence of the major component

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
J Jauregui-Adell, J F Pechere

Abstract

The primary structure of the major parvalbumin (pI = 4.52) from coelacanth muscle (Latimeria chalumnae) has been determined. Sequence analysis of the tryptic peptides, in some cases obtained with beta-trypsin, accounts for the total amino acid content of the protein. Chymotryptic peptides provide appropriate sequence overlaps, to complete the localization of the tryptic peptides. Examination of the amino acid sequence of this protein shows the typical structure of a beta-parvalbumin. Its position in the dendrogram of related calcium-binding proteins corresponds to that usually accepted for crossopterygians.

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