Detection by Paper Electrophoresis of Rapid Changes in Protein and Lipoprotein Distribution during Heparin-induced Clearing of Alimentary Lipæmia

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IN recent studies, normal adults ingested 120–400 gm. of fat (as 40 per cent butterfat cream) and, after 3–4½ hr., they received 100 mgm. of heparin intravenously. Serum samples taken 30 min. later were compared with their fasting and pre-heparin samples by electropapergram techniques. The post-heparin samples consistently showed a number of changes which are listed below and indicated by Roman numerals.

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WOLFSON, W., PENWARDEN, B. Detection by Paper Electrophoresis of Rapid Changes in Protein and Lipoprotein Distribution during Heparin-induced Clearing of Alimentary Lipæmia. Nature 179, 676–677 (1957) doi:10.1038/179676a0

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