Starch-pevikon C-870 gel as a supporting medium in zone electrophoresis
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AbstractA gel composed of hydrolysed starch and powdered co-polymer of polyvinyl chloride and polyvinyl acetate (Pevikon C-870) is proposed as a supporting medium for separating serum proteins and soluble tissue proteins by electrophoresis. The procedure for eluting proteins from starch—PVK gel is very simple and recoveries are much higher than from starch gel. 131I-trichloroacetic acid soluble radioactivity is consistently lower when proteins are recovered from starch—PVK gel. The presence of soluble starch does not affect the estimation of the specific activity of 131I-labelled proteins.

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