Mechanisms of the Plurality of Scorpaena Porcus L. Serum Albumin
A. M. Andreeva
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The proteins, which bind albuminspecific dye Evans blue, are revealed in the low-molecular protein fraction of the blood serum from Scorpaena porcus L. and identified as serum albumin. They were represented by three bands in 2D-SDS-PAAG. MALDI-TOF-analysis revealed the fundamental similarity of the mass spec-trum of the fragments of tryptic cleavage of proteins with molecular weight 73 and 76 kDa. The role of du-plications and intragenic reconstructions in the creation of the plurality of scorpaena albumins is discussed.

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A. Andreeva, "Mechanisms of the Plurality of Scorpaena Porcus L. Serum Albumin," Open Journal of Marine Science, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2011, pp. 31-35. doi: 10.4236/ojms.2011.12003.

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