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What does C98 stand for?

C98 stands for cTnC-C35S,C84S,S98C, cTnC

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Mono-cysteine mutants allowed labeling at Cys-84 (cTnC(C84), near the D/E helix linker); Cys-35 (cTnC(C35), at nonfunctional site I); or near the C-terminus with a cysteine inserted at site 98 (cTnC-C35S,C84S,S98C, cTnC(C98)). With 5'ATR-labeled cTnC(C84) and cTnC(C98) dichroism increased with increasing [Ca2+], while rigor cross-bridges caused dichroism to increase more with 5'ATR-labeled cTnC(C84) than cTnC(C98).
Martyn,* Michael Regnier,* Daguang Xu,†and Albert M. Gordon‡*Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195;†Department of Pathology, Anatomy and CellBiology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107; and‡Departments of Physiology and Biophysics, University ofWashington, Seattle, Washington 98195 USAABSTRACTmonitor cTnC structure during Ca2?-activation of force in rat skinned myocardium. Mono-cysteine mutants allowed labelingat Cys-84 (cTnC(C84), near the D/E helix linker); Cys-35 (cTnC(C35), at nonfunctional site I); or near the C-terminus with acysteine inserted at site 98 (cTnC-C35S,C84S,S98C, cTnC.