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||P.3364 left column 3rd paragraph: "In these studies, four proteins of different lengths (casein, lactalbumin, insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF), and ovalbumin) were used as substrates after denaturation, which appears to be necessary for proteins to traverse the narrow opening in the a-rings of the 20 S proteasomes (ref 12)."
||P.3367 right column bottom paragraph: "Surprisingly, despite the very different number, arrangement,
and specificities of their active sites, the size distribution
of the products of the mammalian proteasomes (Fig.
5) had a similar shape, mean size (Table I), and size range as
the peptides generated by proteasomes from archaea T. acidophilum
(primary source). For example, with IGF as a substrate, the mean sizes of peptides released by rabbit 20 S proteasome were the
same as those generated by its archaeal counterparts (Table I)."