What is p68

Stephen R. Lasky Stephen_Lasky at brown.edu
Tue May 17 08:47:16 EST 1994

In article <2r8mke$60b at news.mic.ucla.edu>, JONATHAN GARY
<jgary at ewald.mbi.ucla.edu> wrote:

> >> Dear netters:
> >> Does anyone know any cellular protein which is around 68Kd and quite 
> >> abundant in mammalian cells? Any information is appreciated.   wen
> >> 
> >My guess is that it is a Heat Shock Protein.  They vary in size from
> >around 50 kDa to 70 kDa.
> >Raj Shankarappa
> >bsh at med.pitt.edu
> bsh at MED.PITT.EDU (Basavaraju Shankarappa)
> WOW!!!! Why do enzymatic analysis or any other biochemistry when all you
> really need is a M.W. and BANG! the identity of a protein is divined by
> those at PITT.....
> pretty amazing, I think I'll transfer there!!!
Jeeze, I realy thought it was the RNA dependant protein kinase from the
interferon system (PKR).  How could I have been so stupid?
Stephen R. Lasky, Ph.D.       Brown University/Roger Williams Medical
e-mail: Stephen_Lasky at brown.edu         LandLine: 401-456-6572
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