|Parvalbumin in the cardiac muscle of normal and haemoglobin-myoglobin-free antarctic fish|Laforet, C.; Feller, G.; Narinx, E.; Gerday, C. (1991). Parvalbumin in the cardiac muscle of normal and haemoglobin-myoglobin-free antarctic fish. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility 12(5): 472-478. dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01738332
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- Laforet, C.
- Feller, G., more
- Narinx, E.
- Gerday, C., more
Three parvalbumin isotypes were isolated from the white muscle of haemoglobin-myoglobin-free antarctic fish Channichthys rhinoceratus. Antibodies against the parvalbumin mixture were raised in rabbits and used for discovery, quantitation and isolation by affinity chromatography of parvalbumin in the cardiac muscle of three antarctic fish species: Channichthys rhinoceratus, Champsocephalus gunnari and Notothenia neglecta. The cardiac muscle of these species contains parvalbumin in concentration close to 1 μmol per kg wet weight.