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The primary structure of D-amino acid oxidase from pig kidney. I. Isolation and sequence of the tryptic peptides.

D-Amino acid oxidase from pig kidney cortex was digested with trypsin. Thirty-two tryptic peptides were isolated by ion exchange chromatography, high voltage paper electrophoresis, descending paper chromatography, and reverse-phase high performance liquid chromatography. The last method permitted the isolation of 29 tryptic peptides, many in a single step, in yields usually greater than 75%. The purified peptides were characterized by amino acid analysis and their sequences determined by the manual 5-dimethylaminonaphthalene-1-sulfonyl-Edman degradation procedure or by the automated Edman-Begg degradation method. These peptides accounted for all 12 lysine and 21 arginine residues observed by amino acid analysis of the intact protein and for 347 amino acid residues of the 345 predicted by the analysis.[1]

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  1. The primary structure of D-amino acid oxidase from pig kidney. I. Isolation and sequence of the tryptic peptides. Swenson, R.P., Williams, C.H., Massey, V., Ronchi, S., Minchiotti, L., Galliano, M., Curti, B. J. Biol. Chem. (1982) [Pubmed]
 
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