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Extreme thermostability of tarantula hemocyanin.

Sterner, Reinhard ; Vogl, T. ; Hinz, H. J. ; Penz, F. ; Hoff, R. ; Föll, R. ; Decker, H.


Biotops with extreme temperatures such as deserts force animals to avoid or escape high temperatures by biochemical, behavioural or morphological adaptation. In this context we tested the resistance to heat of the oxygen carrier hemocyanin from the ancient tarantula Eurypelma californicum, which is found in arid zones of North America. Differential scanning calorimetry, light scattering, crossed ...


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