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Starch Gel Electrophoresis of Hen Egg White, Oviduct White, Yolk, Ova and Serum Proteins

Naturevolume 192page972 (1961) | Download Citation



THE Smithies1 starch gel technique has recently been successfully applied by Lush2 to demonstrate genetic polymorphism in proteins of the white of a hen egg.

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

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    Lush, I. E., Nature, 189, 981 (1961).

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    Steven, F. S., Ph.D. thesis, University of St. Andrews (1958).

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    Steven, F. S., and Tristram, G. R., Biochem. J., 70, 179 (1958).

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    Romanoff, A. L., and Romanoff, A. J., The Avian Egg (J. Wiley, Inc., New York, 1949).

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    Cann, J. R., J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 71, 907 (1949).

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  1. Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, Bute Medical Buildings, St. Andrews

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