Antifreeze Polypeptide 6 (winter flounder)
- AFP 6 (winter flounder), HPLC 6 (winter flounder)
Antifreeze polypeptides (AFP) have in common the ability to lower the freezing point of blood serum, thus allowing fish to survive in subzero ocean temperatures. The type I AFPs are present in the blood of winter flounder, yellowtail flounder, Alaskan plaice and the shorthorn and grubby sculpin. AFP37 (HPLC6) isolated from the winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, consists of 37 amino acids arranged in three 11-residue repeats which tend to form a-helices.
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