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Cleavage of fibrin-derived D-dimer into monomers by endopeptidase from puff adder venom (Bitis arietans) acting at cross-linked sites of the gamma-chain. Sequence of carboxy-terminal cyanogen bromide gamma-chain fragments.
Purves L, Purves M, Brandt W. Purves L, et al. Among authors: purves m. Biochemistry. 1987 Jul 28;26(15):4640-6. doi: 10.1021/bi00389a008. Biochemistry. 1987. PMID: 3311151
The cross-linked gamma-chains are separated in the process without apparent loss of mass and without loss of the substituent at the glutamine cross-link site, if fluorescent D-dimer (the lysine analogue dansylcadaverine used as substituent) is used as substrate [Purves, …
The cross-linked gamma-chains are separated in the process without apparent loss of mass and without loss of the substituent at the glutamin …
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