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1945-12

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H. HENRY, M. STAGEY, ETHEL G. TEECE

ABSTRACT

IN a previous communication1 it was suggested that the Gram-positive material in micro-organisms is a high-molecular complex formed by the combination of a reduced basic protein in the cell cyto-skeleton with magnesium ribonucleate. We have now succeeded in extracting from various organisms the Gram-positive complex which has the essential characteristics of a magnesium-containing nucleo-protein, the protein constituent of which appears to be of a novel type and to differ particularly from known histones and protamines. All attempts, using methods described in the literature2,4, to extract basic proteins of the histone or protamine type from the highly resistant cell cytoskeletons failed to yield more than traces of compounds having a high-basic amino-acid content. More... »

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720-721

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