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Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1978 Feb;359(2):137-46.

[Hemoglobins, XXI: sequence analysis of porcine hemoglobin (author's transl)].

[Article in German]


The hemoglobin of a bavarian domestic pig (Suidae) was isolated. The chains were separated by countercurrent distribution, then cleaved with trypsin. The isolated peptides were sequenced with hydrophilic phenylisothiocyanate I and IV, or with a dimethylaminopropyne program in the sequenator. The sequences of the chains are given. Some methodical aspects of automatic sequencing are discussed and the sequences of human porcine hemoglobin are compared. The role of adult pig haemoglobin as foetal hemoglobin is discussed.

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