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Chromatography of Blood Thrombokinase on ‘DEAE’-Cellulose

Naturevolume 187pages11271128 (1960) | Download Citation

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THROMBOKINASE, prepared from bovine plasma, has been obtained in a highly purified state by repeated electrophoretic fractionations1. However, a more efficient method was promised by anion-exchange chromatography, provided that the kinase could be separated from its accompanying impurities by stepwise elution in one day2.

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