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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


European Journal of Biochemistry 104(2): 567-578
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 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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