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A possible sugar receptor protein found in the labellum of the blowfly, Phormia regina



A possible sugar receptor protein found in the labellum of the blowfly, Phormia regina



Zoological Science (Tokyo): 52: 281-290



Previous physiological studies have suggested the existence of at least 3 functionally separated receptor sites in the labellar sugar receptor of the fly, namely the pyranose (P site), the furanose (F site) and the third sites (T site), and that starch acts as a competitive inhibitor for the P site. A new candidate protein for the P site in the labellar extract was detected by affinity electrophoresis with starch.

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