J. B. Turner, G. V. Garner, D. B. Gordon, S. J. Brookes and C. A. Smith Pages 23 - 29 ( 7 )
α-Gliadins isolated by carboxymethylcellulose chromatography contain noncovalently bound glucose probably due to contaminating proteoglycans and to material shed from the column. Traces of carbohydrate remain strongly bound to α-gliadins even after harsh denaturation, but our results indicate α-gliadins are not glycoproteins. Suggestions that gliadins are glycoproteins are probably due to contamination with this glucose and the presence of these proteoglycans.
Gliadins isolated, carboxymethylcellulose chromatography, Coeliac disease, carboxymethylcellulose CM52, CMC-pooled gliadins, proteoglycan-
Department of Biological Sciences, the Manchester Metropolitan University,Manchester, M1 5GD, UK.