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8. 52 Aplysia Myoglobin. Myoglobin from the buccal muscles 53 and nerves 54 of the gastropod mollusc Aplysia limacina (Mediterranean) or A. californica (Pacific Coast) lacks a histidine residue distal to the heme. 5r Optical spectra, 58 EPR spectra, 59 ligand affinity,5s'6° kinetics, 61 amino acid sequence, 55 and X-ray diffraction structure 62 are available. Buccal masses [approximately 2 g per animal; 150 ftmol (A. californica) or 500/zmol (A. 0, containing I mM EDTA. The homogenate is centrifuged at 20,000 g for 10 min and fractionated by the addition of solid ammonium sulfate between 50 and 90% saturation, keeping the pH near 8 by the dropwise addition of ammonia.

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