By C. Adamo, V. Barone (auth.), N. Russo, J. Anastassopoulou, G. Barone (eds.)
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From some years a homodimeric ribonuclease has been studied formed by two identical chains, covalently bonded by two extra disulphide bridges at positions 31 and 32 . This protein (RNAase BS) is obtained from the bull seminal vesicles or directly from the seminal plasma. In the extracellular environment the RNAase BS seems to display anti spermatogenic [22-24], immunodepressive [25-28] and antitumoral action [29-31]. The primary sequence of half of the molecule is shown in Figure 2. Its homology with the monomeric RNAase A is found on the maintainance of 80% of the amino acid residues (101 on 124) in the RNAase BS.
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Ly. Ala'" / "'\r. ~~...... fTiill Str/ HII Ser •'\ . , ~. __ Glu ~r lAIn C;. AI~Tyr Ly. r Pro Ser AIR Figure 2. Amino acid sequence of one of the two identical subunits of bovine seminal Ribonuclease BS. The secondary structure is emphasized as in Figure 1. l '-. Yr AI" Ser Tyr lie HII Trp Ser ro LYI Tyr AI" AI" Tyr Glu Gly Gly Ser Ser Pro Leu All Gly S Ala Gly Th r N~3 Sir Ala Tyr C SS YI- - CYI er Gly Aln AI HI. n IP Thr Glu Alp Arg Val Val Val Gly Thr Tyr Ph. / Glu Aln Aln Gly Ser PheLylhe Figure 3.
Properties and Chemistry of Biomolecular Systems: Proceedings of the Second Joint Greek-Italian Meeting on Chemistry and Biological Systems and Molecular Chemical Engineering, Cetraro, Italy, October 1992 by C. Adamo, V. Barone (auth.), N. Russo, J. Anastassopoulou, G. Barone (eds.)