Mackenzie, Hugh A; Frier, Robert
The isolation of S-, S1-, and S2-ovalbumin from domestic hen egg R-ovalbumin and of two methods for S-ovalbumin A1 are described. The first is by heat treatment of R-ovalbumin A1 and the second is of R-ovalbumin followed by fractionation on Sepharose. A kinetics and equilibrium study is made of their behavior in the presence of urea and compared with that of R-ovalbumins. As anticipated, the S-ovalbumins are much more resistant to urea than R-ovalbumins. Unlike the latter, S-ovalbumins'...[Show more]
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