Samples of pure gastric lymph have not been collected and analyzed previously for amount and type of protein (1). In the following experiments, a free hand micropuncture technique was used to obtain samples of canine gastric lymph which were analyzed for total protein and electrophoresed on both Polyacrylamide and cellulose acetate systems.
KeywordsCapillary Pressure Cellulose Acetate Gastric Secretion Cellulose Acetate Electrophoresis Acetate System
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