The precipitin reaction has been used to locate serum proteins separated by thin-layer gel filtration on Sephadex G-200, thereby greatly increasing the sensitivity of the method. A pattern of lines reminiscent of immunoelectrophoresis is produced, but the proteins are separated in order of their molecular size and not in accordance with their electrical charge.
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A new technique for the qualitative analysis of serum proteins
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