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Fig. 6 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 6

From: The Pfs230 N-terminal fragment, Pfs230D1+: expression and characterization of a potential malaria transmission-blocking vaccine candidate

Fig. 6

Disulfide pairing of Pfs230D1+ as experimentally confirmed by LC/MS peptide mapping. Pfs230D1+ contains four Cys residues (Cys593, Cys611, Cys626, and Cys706). Using the peptides from the non-reduced chymotrypsin digest, disulfide bonds were identified between Cys593–Cys611 and Cys626–Cys706. Alternative disulfide bonds or free Cys residues were not observed

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