Lysine-Rich Proteins in High-Lysine Hordeum Vulgare Grain

J. Ingversen, B. Køie

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    The salt-soluble proteins in barley grain selected for high-lysine content (Hiproly, CI 7115 and the mutants 29 and 86) and of a control (Carlsberg II) with normal lysine content, contain identical major proteins as determined by MW and electrophoretic mobility. The concentration of a protein group with a high lysine content varies significantly among the barleys examined. One protein, present in large amounts in Hiproly, is assumed to be partially responsible for the high-lysine character of Hiproly, CI 7115 and the mutants 29 and 86.
    Original languageEnglish
    Issue number5
    Pages (from-to)1107-1111
    Publication statusPublished - 1973


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