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Analysis in Protein Iodination Systems

Naturevolume 212page398 (1966) | Download Citation

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ANALYTICAL determinations in protein iodination systems are likely to produce erroneous and anomalous results unless the chemical complexity of the mixture and the lability of some of the reactants are taken into account.

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    Baker, W. T., and Owen, G., Nature, 211, 641 (1966).

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    Francis, G. E., Mulligan, W., and Wormall, A., Nature, 167, 748 (1951).

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  1. The Radiochemical Centre, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England

    • J. S. GLOVER
    •  & B. P. SHEPHERD

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