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Composition of Human Sero-Mucoprotein

Nature volume 166, pages 186187 (29 July 1950) | Download Citation

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RESEARCHES into the properties of the mucoprotein component of human and animal plasma have been carried out by a number of workers, among the more recent investigations being those of Rimington1, Hewitt2, Winzler et al.3,4 and Werner and Odin5.

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  1. Cancer Research Laboratories, Department of Pathology, Medical School, University, Birmingham, 15. April 1.

    • DEIRDRE M. WALDRON
    •  & D. L. WOODHOUSE

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