Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 767–770 | Cite as

Investigation of the 8.2 S globulin from the seeds of the cotton plant

  • Kh. Mirzarakhmatov
  • P. Kh. Yuldashev
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Conclusions

1. It has been established that in the 8.2 S globulin the N-terminal amino acid is arginine; its molecular weight found from the N-terminus is 95,000, and by ultracentrifuging 100,000.

2. On heating with hydrazine, DNP-arginine is converted into ornithine.

3. The 8.2 S globulin consists of 672 amino acid residues.

4. The amount of amide nitrogen in the 8.2 S globulin is 5.6% of the total protein nitrogen.

Keywords

Ornithine Caustic Soda Amide Nitrogen Butanolic Fraction Aminobenzaldehyde 

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  • Kh. Mirzarakhmatov
  • P. Kh. Yuldashev

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