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Gottschalk, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 16, 333 (1964). K. Tanaka and W. Pigman, J. Biol. Chem. 240, PC 1487 (1965). 36 :NAL:T:CXL ME~HODS  charities). , galactitol, galactosaminitol, xylitol, or mannitol). The amino sugar alcohol can be identified on the amino acid analyzer with the citrate-borate system. 81, and the Rxy! 87, as well as by gas-liquid chromatography as their acetates. Reduction with sodium borohydride and palladium chloride of the unsaturated amino acid formed during fl-elimination makes possible the identification of the amino acid involved in the glycopeptide bond not only by its decrease after the alkaline treatment, but also by the increase in alanine from serine through the reduction of the a-aminoacrylic acid and the appearance of a-aminobutyric acid (which elutes between alanine and glucosamine on the Technicon amino acid analyzer) from threonine through reduction of a-aminocrotonic acid (see also ).
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