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J Gen Physiol. 1934 Jan 20;17(3):359-63.

CRYSTALLINE PEPSIN : VI. INACTIVATION BY BETA AND GAMMA RAYS FROM RADIUM AND BY ULTRA-VIOLET LIGHT.

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  • 1Laboratories of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Princeton, N. J.

Abstract

1. The loss in activity of crystalline pepsin solutions when exposed to beta and gamma rays from radium or to ultra-violet light is accompanied by a corresponding decrease in pepsin protein. 2. The rate of inactivation by ultra-violet light depends upon the pH and is a maximum at about pH 2.0.

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