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Cadmium-binding protein in roots of maize



Cadmium-binding protein in roots of maize



Canadian Journal of Botany 62(8): 1645-1650



A partially purified Cd-binding protein was isolated from roots of maize. Proteins were first separated on an anion exchanger. The major Cd fraction, comprising as much as 85% of the buffer-soluble Cd, was then chromatographed on Sephadex G-75 in 1 M KCl buffer. The resulting partially purified protein preparation was dark brown, had an apparent mol. wt. of 3100 and bound 2 g atoms Cd/mol. Cysteine content was 40% and the Cd:cysteine ratio was 1:6.

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DOI: 10.1139/b84-221


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