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“…This region is well conserved from bacteria to mammals and the residue at this position was already identified as tryptophan (11, see Supplemental materials). As it was reported that tryptophan residue was oxidized by cyanogen bromide (14), a similar reaction should occur in this case. Furthermore, the product of cycle 9 was not detected at the expected retention time of PTH‐Tyr derivative on HPLC (see Supplemental materials).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 72%
“…This region is well conserved from bacteria to mammals and the residue at this position was already identified as tryptophan (11, see Supplemental materials). As it was reported that tryptophan residue was oxidized by cyanogen bromide (14), a similar reaction should occur in this case. Furthermore, the product of cycle 9 was not detected at the expected retention time of PTH‐Tyr derivative on HPLC (see Supplemental materials).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 72%
“…Four out of five CNBr fragments were generated by cleavages at the Cterminus side of tryptophan but not at methionine residues. The reason for such frequent cleavage at tryptophan is unclear, although cleavage at tryptophan has been reported with other proteins [33]. Multiple peaks were observed in each cycle of the N-terminal amino acid sequence determination of chitinases C1 and C2 as described above.…”
Section: Cloning and Nucleotide Sequence Of The Gene Encoding Chitinamentioning
confidence: 88%
“…In the CFC region, there are three Lys residues that might be cleaved by endoproteinase Lys‐C and two Trp residues that could be oxidized during CNBr treatment [23]. Additional cleavage can take place on the C‐terminal side of oxidized Trp [24]. The observed protonated mass (MH + ) of the major component in the pooled fractions containing the CFC domain was 4702.4 Da (Fig.…”
Section: Determination Of Disulfide Linkages In the Cfc Domainmentioning
confidence: 99%