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Evidence for interactions between the 30 kDa N- and 50 kDa C-terminal tryptic fragments of human lactotransferrin
Legrand D, et al. Biochem J 1986. Among authors: Spik G. PMID 3790094 Free PMC article.
Gel filtration of a mild tryptic digest of diferric human lactotransferrin carried out in presence of 10% (v/v) acetic acid led to the isolation of two fragments, an N-terminal tryptic fragment having an Mr of 30,000 and a C-terminal tryptic fragment having an Mr of 50,000 [Legrand, Mazurier, Montreuil & Spik (1984) Biochim. ...
Gel filtration of a mild tryptic digest of diferric human lactotransferrin carried out in presence of 10% (v/v) acetic acid led to the isola …
Inhibition of the specific binding of human lactotransferrin to human peripheral-blood phytohaemagglutinin-stimulated lymphocytes by fluorescein labelling and location of the binding site
Legrand D, et al. Biochem J 1991. Among authors: Spik G. PMID 1648350 Free PMC article.
The results obtained show that the receptor-binding site should be located in the vicinity of the FITC-accessible Lys263, Lys280 and Lys282, and corroborate our preliminary results reporting the involvement of the N-terminal domain I in the binding of human lactotransferrin to mitogen-stimulated lymphocytes [Rochard, Legrand, Mazurier, Montreuil & Spik (1989) FEBS Lett. 255, 201-204]. ...
The results obtained show that the receptor-binding site should be located in the vicinity of the FITC-accessible Lys263, Lys280 and Lys282, …
Visualization of lactotransferrin brush-border receptors by ligand-blotting
Mazurier J, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1985. Among authors: Spik G. PMID 3000447
., Spik, G., Montreuil, J. and Peters, T.J. (1979) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 588, 120-128). In the present data, using 125I-radiolabeled transferrins, we have demonstrated that a preparation of microvillous membrane vesicles, from rabbit jejunal brush-border specifically binds human lactotransferrin. ...
., Spik, G., Montreuil, J. and Peters, T.J. (1979) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 588, 120-128). In the present data, using 125I-radio …
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