Purification and partial sequence of the rabbit mammary gland prolactin receptor

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Published on Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Abstract

1. The prolactin receptor from rabbit mammary gland was purified to near homogeneity using a novel hydrophobic interaction chromatographic procedure.

2. Part sequencing (101 residues) revealed 34% identity with the rabbit liver growth hormone receptor, providing support for the existence of a new class of transmembrane receptors regulating growth and lactation.

 

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