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Starch-gel Electrophoresis of Animal Sera

Nature volume 180, pages 13661367 (14 December 1957) | Download Citation

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USING a starch-gel electrophoresis technique1, Ashton2 investigated the serum protein patterns of the cow, dog, horse and pig. We have been using this technique for studying vitamin B12 binding by serum proteins. For comparative purposes, we have also examined the sera of various animal species. In this way we have obtained the starch-gel electrophoresis patterns which are shown in Fig. 1.

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    , Biochem. J., 61, 629 (1955).

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    , Nature, 179, 824 (1957).

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  1. Dept. of Pathology (University of Durham), Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne.

    • A. L. LATNER
    •  & ANGEL HABIB ZAKI

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