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Relationship between amino acid sequence and secondary structures of proteins in plants and cereals

, : Relationship between amino acid sequence and secondary structures of proteins in plants and cereals. Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 57(10): 1617-1623

Alcohol-soluble proteins from Amaranthus seeds differ from prolamine fractions of cereals and plants. Albumins and globulins are the major fractions of Amaranthus. Peptide sequences of storage and membrane proteins from different cereals and plants were compared. Secondary structure of proteins was computerized by dot matrix and hydropathy analyses.

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Accession: 002477694

PMID: 7764259

DOI: 10.1271/bbb.57.1617

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