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Polymorphic tetrameric superoxide dismutase in the pike Esox lucius L. (Pisces; Esocidae).

1. Heart muscle extracts of northern pike from Lake Malaren in Sweden exhibited two electophoretic types of superoxide dismutase, one of which was identified as the cytoplasmic enzyme (s-SOD) and the other as the mitochondrial form (m-SOD). 2. Individual analysis of 51 pike indicated that s-SOD was invariant while m-SOD displayed a pattern of variation which was explicable by a single-locus polymorphism. 3. The observed m-SOD phenotype patterns suggested that the enzyme is a tetramer. This interpretation is supported by in vitro molecular hybridization studies.[1]

References

  1. Polymorphic tetrameric superoxide dismutase in the pike Esox lucius L. (Pisces; Esocidae). Healy, J.A., Mulcahy, M.F. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., B (1979) [Pubmed]
 
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