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Isolation and characterization of monkey milk lactoferrin and identification of a specific brush border receptor



Isolation and characterization of monkey milk lactoferrin and identification of a specific brush border receptor



Proteins of iron storage and transport Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Proteins of Iron Metabolism, held in Villeneuve d' Ascq France on 30 June 5 July, 1985: 275-278



Lactoferrin (LF) isolated from rhesus monkey milk was similar to human LF in MW (approx. 80 000), structure of N-terminus (3 consecutive arginines), immunological cross-reactivity, monosaccharide composition and concn. in milk (1-2 mg/ml). Monkey LF bound specifically to a receptor on monkey brush border membrane with relatively strong affinity.

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