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- Vensel, W.H.; Tarr, G.E.; Kasarda, D.D.
- Cereal chemistry 1995 v.72 no.4 pp. 356
- wheat; glutenins; amino acids; amino acid sequences; molecular weight; peptides
- ... Amino acid sequences have been determined for a 25-residue C-terminal peptide and for two 9-residue peptides, all derived from cyanogen bromide fragmentation of a low molecular weight glutenin subunit (LMW-GS) with the N-terminal sequence: serine-histidine-isoleucine-proline-glycine-(LMW-s type). Previously, only N-terminal amino acid sequences have been available for LMW-s types, which appear to ...
- Huebner, F.R.; Nelsen, T.C.; Bietz, J.A.
- Cereal chemistry 1995 v.72 no.4 pp. 341
- winter wheat; wheat; cultivars; gliadin; food composition; wheat classes
- ... Accurate and reliable classification of U.S. hard red spring (HRS) and hard red winter (HRW) wheats is necessary in marketing. Such classification is difficult because kernels from many of the cultivars that are grown, even of different classes, may have similar phenotypes. Some studies suggest that HRS wheats contain more of the most hydrophobic gliadins than do HRW wheats. We used reversed-phase ...