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A diaphragm bioassay for the measurement of total ‘insulin-like activity’ and of ‘antigenic insulin’ in serum

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Description d'une méthode de détermination de l'insuline antigénique utilisant le diaphragme de souris avec et sans addition d'anticorps anti-insuline préalablement précipités par de l'anti-γ-globuline.

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Moody, A.J., Felber, J.-. A diaphragm bioassay for the measurement of total ‘insulin-like activity’ and of ‘antigenic insulin’ in serum. Experientia 20, 105–108 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02151270

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  • Antigenic Insulin