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The lysozyme of the plaice pleuronectes platessa


, : The lysozyme of the plaice pleuronectes platessa. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B 55(2): 207-210

Lysozyme from the serum of the plaice P. platessa L. was purified 78-fold with chitin coated cellulose. Further purification on CM-cellulose yielded a single band on acrylamide electrophoresis, exhibiting lysozyme activity. The quantitative amino acid composition of plaice serum lysozyme is reported. The molecular weight is identical with hen egg white lysozyme. A method is described for identifying fractions with lysozyme activity in polyacrylamide gels.

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