apomyoglobin

apomyoglobin

[¦ap·ə¦mī·e‚glōb·ən]
(biochemistry)
Myoglobin that lacks its heme group.
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13,14) The apomyoglobin (apoMb) folding and its intermediate have been widely studied with kinetic and equilibrium approaches using fluorescence, (15) circular dichroism, (16) small angle X-ray scattering, (17) NMR, (18) and mass spectrometry.
1989) Use of site directed mutagenesis to destabilize native apomyoglobin relative to folding intermediates.
1995) The radius of gyration of an apomyoglobin folding intermediate.
1998) Structural and dynamic characterization of partially folded states of apomyoglobin and implications for protein folding.
1999) Quench-flow experiments combined with mass spectrometry show apomyoglobin folds through and obligatory intermediate.
1988) Thermodynamic study of the apomyoglobin structure.
Coarse-grained simulations of conformational dynamics of proteins: application to apomyoglobin, Proteins 1998; 31 (3): 271-281.
coli) 3CHY 128 (d) 0 2260 Lysozyme (hen egg 1AKI 129 4 2330 white) Lysozyme (human) lLZl 130 4 3460 Fatty acid binding IlFC 131 0 4470 protein (rat) Staphylococcal 2SNS 141 (d) 0 6830 nuclease Interleukin 1-[beta] 511B 151 0 5580 Apomyoglobin (horse) IYMB 153 1 3710 Apomyoglobin (sperm 5MBN 153 1 2600 whale) Metmyoglobin (horse) IYMB 153 0 NA Metmyoglobin (sperm 5MBN 153 0 NA whale) Ribonuclease H 2RN2 155 0 4500 Dihydrofolate reductase 4DFR 159 0 NA (E.
We applied internal calibration, using bovine heart cytochrome C and equine apomyoglobin as calibrants.
The total hexapole accumulation time for both the internal standard and apomyoglobin digest was 2000 ms; 250 ms were spent on the IMC emitter, and the remaining 1750 ms were spent on the eluate from the nano-LC column.