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N-terminal sequence homologies in interstitial retinol-binding proteins from 10 vertebrate species.

We report here the first comprehensive comparative NH2-terminal sequence studies of interstitial retinol-binding protein (IRBPs) from nine mammals (including cattle) and one amphibian. This study has revealed that in many species the N-terminus of IRBP includes a 3-6 amino acid extension. IRBP possessing this leader sequence is sometimes mixed with IRBP from which this sequence has been excised.[1]

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  1. N-terminal sequence homologies in interstitial retinol-binding proteins from 10 vertebrate species. Fong, S.L., Cook, R.G., Alvarez, R.A., Liou, G.I., Landers, R.A., Bridges, C.D. FEBS Lett. (1986) [Pubmed]
 
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