‘Nothing’ Dehydrogenase in the Retina


THE separation of isoenzymes by electrophoresis on cellulose acetate paper is now an established technique; the fractions can be located by tetrazolium staining according to the technique described by Barnett1. In this laboratory such an approach has been applied to the separation of the isoenzymes of lactic acid dehydrogenase in the retina of the normal and ‘retinitis’ rat during development2,3.

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    Barnett, H., J. Clin. Path., 17, 567 (1964).

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    Graymore, C., Nature, 201, 615 (1964).

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    Graymore, C., Exp. Eye Res., 3, 5 (1964).

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    Barnett, H., Nature, 199, 437 (1963).

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GRAYMORE, C. ‘Nothing’ Dehydrogenase in the Retina. Nature 206, 1360–1361 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2061360a0

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