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Isolation and characterization of the proteinase inhibitor-inducing factor from tomato leaves



Isolation and characterization of the proteinase inhibitor-inducing factor from tomato leaves



Journal of Biological Chemistry 259(21): 13172-13177



An active alpha -D-polygalacturonic acid polymer was isolated. On acid and enzymic hydrolysis it yielded a series of alpha -1,4-D-galacturonic acid oligomers which were also active inducers of proteinase inhibitors.

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