Distribution of Carbon-14 in Labelled Amino-acids separated on Paper Chromatograms

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AN important problem in the biochemical application of the labelled pool technique is the determination of the uniformity of labelling of compounds separated on paper chromatograms in amounts below the limits of chemical detection1.

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HALLOWES, K., WINTERINGHAM, F. & LE QUESNE, W. Distribution of Carbon-14 in Labelled Amino-acids separated on Paper Chromatograms. Nature 181, 336–337 (1958) doi:10.1038/181336a0

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