Research Notes : Isolation of soybean lectin specific polysomes by immunoadsorption

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1980-04-01
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Vodkin, Lila
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Soybean lectin (SBL), a glycoprotein found in seeds, is capable of agglutinating red blood cells. SBL has a molecular weight of 120,000 daltons and is composed of four subunits of 30,000 daltons (Lis and Sharon, 1973). SBL protein comprises 0.5-5% of the total protein in defatted meal, depending upon the soybean variety used (Pull et al., 1978) .

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