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SIM-XL: A powerful and user-friendly tool for peptide cross-linking analysis
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-11-03)
Chemical cross-linking has emerged as a powerful approach for the structural characterization of proteins and protein complexes. However, the correct identification of covalently linked (cross-linked or XL) peptides analyzed ...
IRMPD and ECD fragmentation of intermolecular cross-linked peptides
Recovery and upgrading bovine rumen protein by extrusion: effect of lipid content on protein disulphide cross-linking, solubility and molecular weight
Bovine rumen protein with two levels of residual lipids (1.9 per cent or 3.8 per cent) was subjected to thermoplastic extrusion under different temperatures and moisture contents. Protein solubility in different buffers, ...
Recovery and upgrading bovine rumen protein by extrusion: Effect of lipid content on protein disulphide cross-linking, solubility and molecular weight
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2010)
Bovine rumen protein with two levels of residual lipids (1.9% or 3.8%) was subjected to thermoplastic extrusion under different temperatures and moisture contents. Protein Solubility in different buffers, disulphide ...
Chemical cross-linking with a diazirine photoactivatable cross-linker investigated by MALDI- and ESI-MS/MS
(John Wiley & Sons LtdChichesterInglaterra, 2010)
Cross-linked soy protein as material for biodegradable films: Synthesis, characterization and biodegradation
The modification of soy protein isolate (SPI) with different amounts of a naturally occurring cross-linking agent (genipin, Gen) and glycerol used as plasticizer was carried out in this work. The films yielded were cast ...
Amaranth protein films from thermally treated proteins
The usefulness of amaranth protein isolates, native and thermally treated, in edible films preparation was studied. Protein films were prepared by casting using glycerol as plasticizer. Films from amaranth native protein ...