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A Crystalline Constituent from Myogen of Carp Muscles

Nature volume 169, pages 968969 (07 June 1952) | Download Citation

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ELECTROPHORESIS of aqueous extracts of minced carp muscles after dialysis against water reveals one main gradient corresponding to 80–90 per cent of the myogen1. After prolonged electrophoresis, this gradient separates into several constituents, the most important having a mobility of − 3 × 10−5 cm.2/volt/sec. (ascending) and − 2.5 cm.2/volt/sec. (descending) in phosphate + sodium chloride, µ 0.15, pH 7.3.

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  1. Laboratory of General Biology, University of Liège.

    • J. G. HENROTTE

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