Specificity of a milk clotting enzyme extracted from the thistleCynara cardunculus L.: Action on oxidised insulin and k-casein View Full Text


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1992-09

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C. J. Faro, A. J. G. Moir, E. V. Pires

ABSTRACT

K-casein and oxidised insulin were digested with an acid protease extracted fromCynara cardunculus L. The fragments produced were isolated and characterised. In k-casein cleavage occured specifically at Phe 105-Met 106 bond. In oxidised insulin seven fragments were obtained and cleavage was found to occur at the carboxylic side of (Phe, Leu, He)-X, where X was preferentially Val or Tyr. The results obtained with insulin B chain suggest thatCynara cardunculus L. protease possesses a greater specificity than other acid proteases reported. More... »

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841-846

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