Agar Electrophoresis of Normal Soluble Proteins in Guinea Pig Liver

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HITHERTO, neither free electrophoresis1 nor electrophoresis on filter paper of the soluble proteins in liver (ref. 2, and Smetana, R., and Kořínek, J., personal communication) has afforded satisfactory delimitation of a sufficient number of fractions. After obtaining a number of unsatisfactory results on filter paper, we turned our attention to electrophoresis on agar gel.

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GORANOV, I., TODOROV, Y., SKATSHOKOVA, X. et al. Agar Electrophoresis of Normal Soluble Proteins in Guinea Pig Liver. Nature 184, BA64–BA65 (1959) doi:10.1038/184064b0

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