volume 16, issue 7, P719-724 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.7.719.5055
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Abstract: Reverse phase chromatography of complex mixtures of lens protein digests, in the presence and absence of dithiothreitol, provides a rapid method of identifying sequences involved in disulfide bonding. The results of this analysis using the endoprotease lys-C have demonstrated that beta A3/A1 crystallin from cataractous lenses contains an intermolecular disulfide bond involving cysteine residues 170 and 185.