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Prediction of the conformation of the cow and sheep kappa-caseins.

The secondary structures of cow and sheep kappa-caseins were established according to the predictive rules of Chou and Fasman. The diagrams derived from this treatment allowed us to study the chymosin sensitive bond (milk-clotting process), as well as the glycosylation and phosphorylation sites, found to be situated in beta-turns. Despite a high variability between the primary structures of the COOH-terminal part (caseinoglycopeptide) of cow, sheep, and also other caseins, the secondary structures of the biologically important sites were found to be conserved.[1]

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  1. Prediction of the conformation of the cow and sheep kappa-caseins. Loucheux-Lefebvre, M.H., Aubert, J.P., Jollès, P. Biophys. J. (1978) [Pubmed]
 
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