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CTRB1  -  chymotrypsinogen B1

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  • The seven first residues of subunit III are identical to residues 18-24 of bovine chymotrypsinogen B and very similar with the same residues in bovine chymotrypsinogen A and C (subunit II) and also in proelastase A of the African lungfish [1].
  • The isolated clone encodes the highly conserved active site residues (His, Asp, Ser) and specificity pocket residues present in bovine chymotrypsinogen B. Northern analysis localizes the mRNA for the chymotrypsin to the anterior and middle third of the midgut [2].


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