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The primary structure of histone h 1 from sperm of the sea urchin parechinus angulosus 2. sequence of the carboxyl terminal cyanogen bromide peptide and the entire primary structure


, : The primary structure of histone h 1 from sperm of the sea urchin parechinus angulosus 2. sequence of the carboxyl terminal cyanogen bromide peptide and the entire primary structure. European Journal of Biochemistry 104(2): 567-578

The primary structure of sperm histone H1Parechinus was determined. H1Parechinus consists of a polypeptide chain of 248 amino acid residues. The protein consists of 3 domains. Compared to other H1 and H5 histones, there is a very similar hydrophobic central domain and the carboxyl-terminal domain is very rich in lysine and alanine. H1Parechinus is similar to H5 histones in that the carboxyl-terminal domain also contains many arginine residues close to the carboxyl terminus.

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