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Publisher: Springer
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: QD
A study of the heterogeneity and conformation in solution [in 70% (v/v) aq. ethanol] of gliadin proteins from wheat was undertaken based upon sedimentation velocity in the analytical ultracentrifuge, analysis of the distribution coefficients and ellipsoidal axial ratios assuming quasi-rigid particles, allowing for a range of plausible time-averaged hydration values. All classical fractions (α, γ, ωslow, ωfast) show three clearly resolved components. Based on the weight-average sedimentation coefficient for each fraction and a weight-average molecular weight from sedimentation equilibrium and/or cDNA sequence analysis, all the proteins are extended molecules with axial ratios ranging from ~10 to 30 with α appearing the most extended and γ the least. © 2009 European Biophysical Societies' Association.
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