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Immunoelectrophoretical analysis of pathological proteins

M. EnglisМЊ

Immunoelectrophoretical analysis of pathological proteins

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Published in Prague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blood protein disorders -- Diagnosis.,
  • Blood protein electrophoresis.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 52-54.

    Statementby M. Englis [and] M. Englišová. [Edited by Chemapol.
    SeriesSevac, 2 1970
    ContributionsEnglišová, M., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC647.B6 E53
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54 p.
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5114300M
    LC Control Number74187030

      Edition Notes Includes errata. Tabulation and analysis of amino acid and nucleic acid sequences of precursors, V-regions, C-regions, J-chain, T-Cell receptor for antigen, T-Cell surface antigens beta 2-microglobulins, major histocampatibility antigens, Thy-1, complement, C-reactive protein, thymopoietin, post-gamma globulin, and allpha : laboratories to identify specific proteins within a biological sample. This surefire method of identifying proteins is based on two distinguishing properties: molecular mass and antibody binding specificity. The western blot procedure in this kit is designed to identify myosin – a highly conserved muscle protein essential for survival in Size: 3MB. cell-surface exposed proteins and provides a bird's eye view of the cell-surface proteome without antibodies. The strategy for selective chemical tagging of cell-surface glycoproteins on the intact living cell, followed by high-affinity enrichment and LCMS/MS analysis of peptides derived from the tagged proteins is illustrated in Figure 6. Protein electrophoresis may be requested when a doctor is investigating symptoms that suggest multiple myeloma, such as bone pain, anaemia, tiredness, unexplained fractures and recurrent may also be used as a follow-up to other laboratory tests, such as an abnormal total protein and/or albumin level, elevated urine protein levels, elevated calcium levels, and low .


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