Seminal pepsinogen C is not identical with, but is very similar to gastric pepsinogen C.
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Wiley (John Wiley & Sons)
- Publication Date
Sep 26, 1988
Human seminal pepsinogen C has been purified and compared with gastric pepsinogen C. The two zymogens cannot be distinguished by amino acid compositions and sequences of the first 28 N-terminal amino acid residues are identical. Apparent immunological identity is observed with polyclonal antisera. Monoclonal antibodies toward seminal pepsinogen C have been produced. One is able to recognize a non-carbohydrate antigenic determinant only present in seminal pepsinogen C.
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