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Sequence Homology, Amino Acid

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  • However, other growth factors to rat hepatocytes in primary culture such as insulin and human epidermal growth factor, and proteins which have high amino acid sequence-homology to hHGF such as plasminogen and prothrombin, did not compete with [125I]iodo-rhHGF in the binding, which suggests the binding was specific to hHGF [12].

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