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Electrophorèse sur gel d'amidon des lipoprotéines sériques humaines

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The electrophoretic pattern of human serum lipoproteins after migration in starch gel is different from that obtained by other zone electrophoresis techniques. The most important component which migrates between the slot and slow alpha — 2 globulins may be identified as the component being precipitated by dextrane Sulfate and calcium chloride. The other components have the same mobility as either beta or alpha globulins.

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Fine, J.M., Burstein, M. Electrophorèse sur gel d'amidon des lipoprotéines sériques humaines. Experientia 14, 411–412 (1958). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02160435

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