Human Transferrins C and D1: Chemical Difference in a Peptide

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Science  23 Jul 1965:
Vol. 149, Issue 3682, pp. 435-437
DOI: 10.1126/science.149.3682.435


Peptide analyses have been carried out for chymotryptic digests of transferrin C and transferrin D1. There is a difference in one peptide, and amino acid analyses indicate that an aspartic acid residue in transferrin C is replaced probably by a glycine residue in transferrin D1.