Study of creatine kinase in the invertebrate

Fitzsimmons J.A.E. and Doherty M.D. (1970) Study of creatine kinase in the invertebrate. Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology, 36 1: . doi:10.1016/0010-406X(70)90646-8

Author Fitzsimmons J.A.E.
Doherty M.D.
Title Study of creatine kinase in the invertebrate
Journal name Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0010-406X
Publication date 1970-09-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1016/0010-406X(70)90646-8
Volume 36
Issue 1
Total pages 1
Subject 1314 Physiology
1312 Molecular Biology
1303 Specialist Studies in Education
2700 Medicine
Abstract 1. 1. A new method for the detection of guanidines on paper chromatograms was employed in a study of their biological distribution. This survey wasw designed to find a suitable source of invertibrate creatine kinase. 2. 2. The creatine kinase of the marine polychaete Marphysa sanguinea was purified and found to consist of five electrophoretically distinct forms, none of which appear to be associated with particular matter of the cell. 3. 3. Carbohydrate was associated with the isolated enzymes but does not seem to be involved in its activity. It was removed by gel filtration in the presence of 0·1 M KCl. 4. 4. Antibodies to the enzyme produced in rabbits cross-reacted with extracts of a number of invertebrates and, surprisingly, with some fish.
Keyword ATP
creatine phosphotransferase
guanidine kinase
Guanidine survey
immunological cross-reactions
invertebrate creatine kinase
Marphysa sanguinea creatine kinase
Q-Index Code C1
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