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N-terminal amino acid sequences show that D Hordein of barley and high molecular weight (HMW) secalins of rye are homologous with HMW glutenin subunits of wheat



N-terminal amino acid sequences show that D Hordein of barley and high molecular weight (HMW) secalins of rye are homologous with HMW glutenin subunits of wheat



Cereal Chemistry 65(6): 510-511



HMW glutenin, HMW secalin and D hordein have been grouped together on the basis of their amino acid composition. N-terminal amino acid sequences of D hordein and HMW secalin were determined by SDS-PAGE followed by reversed phase HPLC.

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