Triticeae Glutens - Prolamins and Glutelins

Prolamins and Glutelins

Proteins of the Triticeae endosperm that are generally rich in arginine, proline, glutamine, and/or asparagine.

  • Prolamins
    • Triticum (True Wheats) - gliadins
    • Hordeum (Food Barleys) - hordeins (B-hordein is homolous to LMW-glutenin)
    • Secale (Food Ryes) - secalins
  • glutelins
    • Triticum - glutenin
    • Hordeum - barley glutelin
    • Secale - rye glutelin

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