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Electrophoresis in a Thin Layer of Starch-Gel followed by a Plastifying Treatment

Naturevolume 191page72 (1961) | Download Citation



QUANTITATIVE analysis after starch-gel electrophoresis is usually difficult due to : (1) the diffusion of protein fractions, (2) the difference of migration according to the thickness of the gel, and (3) the fragility and opalescence of this migrating medium.

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  1. Laboratoire de Biochimie Médicale, Centre Hospitalier régional de Grenoble

  2. Centre National de Transfusion Sanguine, 6 rue Alexandre Cabanel, Paris, 15e

    • J. M. FINE
    •  & C. OLLIVIER


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