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Figure 4 | Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases

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From: Mad, bad and dangerous to know: the biochemistry, ecology and evolution of slow loris venom

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NH2-terminal amino acid sequences of the pygmy loris α- and β-chains that make up the 18k major peptide of brachial gland exudate. (A) Comparison between the pygmy loris α-chain sequence and members from each clade of the α-chain superfamily: 1. secretoglobin (3288868); 2. mouse salivary androgen binding protein (19919338); 3. mouse putative protein 20948528; 4. loris brachial gland secretion; 5. domestic cat allergen; 6. human genome putative protein; 7. uteroglobin (6981694); and 8. lipophilin (5729909). Numbers refer to NCBI accession numbers. Homologous amino acids are highlighted in grey. (B) Comparison between the pygmy loris β-chain sequence and two members with similar β-chains. 1. domestic cat allergen (423192); 2. loris brachial gland secretion β-chain; and 3. mouse salivary protein (19353044).

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