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Identification of Major Proteins in Maize Egg Cells

Modelling protein unfolding: hen egg-white lysozyme.

Do birds differentially distribute antimicrobial proteins within clutches of eggs?

Changes in physicochemical properties of egg white and yolk proteins from duck shell eggs due to hydrostatic pressure treatment

Effect of energy and protein levels on performance, egg quality, and nutrient digestibility of laying pigeons

An oxidized nucleotide affects DNA replication through activation of protein kinases in Xenopus egg lysates

Egg Yolk Protein Also Found to Play Key Role in Ant Socialization and Castes

Unique Molecular Architecture of Egg Case Silk Protein in a Spider, Nephila clavata

Global absolute quantification reveals tight regulation of protein expression in single Xenopus eggs

The Effect of Dietary Protein Level and Total Sulfur Amino Acid:Lysine Ratio on Egg Production Parameters and Egg Yield in Hy-Line W-98 Hens 1

Effect of crude protein and fat content of diet on productive performance and egg quality traits of brown egg-laying hens with different initial body weight

Isolation and Partial Characterization of Proteins with Vasodegenerative and Proinflammatory Properties from the Egg-Nests of Hylesia metabus (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)

Effect of different concentrations of calcium chloride and potassium chloride on egg white proteins during isoelectric precipitation of ovomucin

Application of the law of diminishing returns to partitioning metabolizable energy and crude protein intake between maintenance and growth in egg-type pullets

Structural characterization of protein–denaturant interactions: crystal structures of hen egg-white lysozyme in complex with DMSO and guanidinium chloride

Polymorphism in Abalone Fertilization Proteins Is Consistent with the Neutral Evolution of the Egg's Receptor for Lysin (VERL) and Positive Darwinian Selection of Sperm Lysin

Role of replication protein A as sensor in activation of the S-phase checkpoint in Xenopus egg extracts

 

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What is generally referred to as egg protein is a mixture of individual proteins, including ovalbumin, ovomucoid, ovoglobulin, conalbumin, vitellin, and vitellenin. Egg-white contains 10.9% protein, mostly ovalbumin; yolk contains 16% protein, mainly two phosphoproteins, vitellin and vitellenin. See also avidin.

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