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The amino acid sequence of the alpha-chain of human fibrinogen.

The amino acid sequence of the human fibrinogen alpha-chain reveals a structure that can be divided into three zones of unique amino acid composition. The middle of these contains the two primary alpha-chain cross-linking acceptor sites and consists of a remarkable series of internal duplications.[1]


  1. The amino acid sequence of the alpha-chain of human fibrinogen. Doolittle, R.F., Watt, K.W., Cottrell, B.A., Strong, D.D., Riley, M. Nature (1979) [Pubmed]
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