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A routine method for the determination of phosphoglucose isomerase activity in body fluid
  1. J. E. Horrocks,
  2. J. Ward,
  3. J. King
  1. North Lonsdale Hospital, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire


    A simple, rapid colorimetric method for the estimation of phosphoglucose isomerase activity, using the determination of fructose by the method of Roe, Epstein, and Goldstein (1949), is described. An arbitrary fructose standard is advocated and normal values for human serum and cerebrospinal fluid are presented.

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