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Quaternary Detergents and the Activity of Trypsin and Plasmin

Naturevolume 168page565 (1951) | Download Citation

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DURING investigations on antiproteolytic substances an interesting action of two quaternary surface-active agents, namely, cetylpyridinium chloride. (‘Germidin’, Bionova, Ltd., Copenhagen) and lauryl-benzyldimethylammonium chloride (‘Rodalon’, Ferrosan, Ltd., Copenhagen), was observed.

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  1. Biological Institute, Carlsberg Foundation, Copenhagen

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