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The structural and evolutionary relationships of the prolamin storage proteins of barley, rye and wheat



The structural and evolutionary relationships of the prolamin storage proteins of barley, rye and wheat



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B Biological Sciences 304(1120): 297-308



It is reported that the prolamins of barley, wheat and rye can be divided into three groups on the basis of their chemical characteristics, notably their molecular mass and amino acid composition, and the chromosomal location of their structural genes. Two of the groups, the high molecular mass prolamins and the sulphur-poor ( omega -gliadin-type) prolamins, show clear homology between the three species. The remaining prolamins are characterized by a high content of cysteine.

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DOI: 10.1098/rstb.1984.0025


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