1. The same N-terminal peptide was isolated from two major calf thymus histone fractions, F2al and F2a2. 2. The structure of the peptides is N-acetylseryl-glycyl-arginine, and the yields account for most of the N-acetyl groups previously found in these histones. 3. Some other peptides not giving a ninhydrin reaction were also investigated.
Research Article| March 01 1968
N-terminal acetyl-peptides from two calf thymus histones
Biochem J (1968) 107 (2): 135–138.
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D. M. P. Phillips; N-terminal acetyl-peptides from two calf thymus histones. Biochem J 1 March 1968; 107 (2): 135–138. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/bj1070135
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