By R. Zwilling (auth.), Professor Dr. Robert Zwilling, Professor Dr. Cesare Balduini (eds.)
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20 70. 19 69. 2. Oxidative state of membrane proteins during red cell life span was quantitated by measuring methionine sulfoxide (MetSO)  and thiol group content  of ghost membranes obtained from erythrocytes of different ages, density separated by centrifugation in autologous plasma [53 - 55] and characterized for their creatine content as a cell-age parameter [56, 57]. Oxidative state of individual membrane proteins was determined in intact cells by measuring the amount of the thiol-reagent N-(7-dimethylamino-4-methylcoumarinyl)-maleimide (DACM) bound in situ by each membrane protein [58) 32 A.
0 mM diamide (Fig. 5). 2 mM diamide. 0 mM diamide-treated cells (Fig. 5). 0 mM diamide). An increase of diamide concentration leads to a relative decrease of MetSO (Fig. 5), and since it is reasonable to suspect the pos- 200 150 - , r - - - - - - - - - i > MelSO 100 -SH 02 08 20 mM di emi de Fig. S. Oxidative state of membrane proteins in diamide-treated red cells. 0mM) . The oxidative state of membrane proteins was determined by analysing the methionine sulfoxide (MetSO) and thiol content of ghost membranes prepared from diamide-treated erythrocytes 36 A.
Biology of Aging by R. Zwilling (auth.), Professor Dr. Robert Zwilling, Professor Dr. Cesare Balduini (eds.)