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Fractionation of Plasma Proteins

  • David B. Ramsden

Abstract

Plasma is a complex mixture of compounds of which proteins form the major macromolecular component. The precise number of proteins in plasma has not been determined finally, although in 1966 Heremans and Schultze1 listed almost two hundred recognizable immunologically distinct entities or enzymic activities. This list excluded the different individual antibodies that form the immunoglobulin population.

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  • David B. Ramsden
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  1. 1.Department of MedicineUniversity of Birmingham Queen Elizabeth HospitalBirminghamUK

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