PMID: 1122302Feb 27, 1975

Vitamin D-dependent calcium-binding protein from rat kidney

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
C L Hermsdorf, F Bronner


A calcium-binding protein has been partially purified from rat kidney. It is found in the cortex, but not in the medulla. It is Vitamin D-dependent, as it occurs in normal, but not in Vitamin D-deficient rats. The molecular weight is 28 000, more than twice that of the Vitamin D-dependent calcium-binding proteins from rat intestinal mucosa. The apparent dissociation constant of the partially purified renal calcium-binding protein is approx. 10-5 M.


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