Tryptic and Phosphatase Action on Certain Synthetic Phosphorylated Peptides

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WITH the development of a new procedure for the synthesis of O-phosphorylated peptides, in which di-p-nitrobenzyl phosphorochloridate is used as the phosphorylating agent1, we have had occasion to study the action of alkaline and acid phosphatase on certain synthetic substrates.

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THEODOROPOULOS, D., GAZOPOULOS, J. & SOUCHLERIS, I. Tryptic and Phosphatase Action on Certain Synthetic Phosphorylated Peptides. Nature 188, 489–491 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/188489b0

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