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Separation of the proteins of cerebrospinal fluid using gel electrofocusing followed by electrophoresis
  1. C. Fossard,
  2. G. Dale,
  3. A. L. Latner
  1. University Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne


    The technique previously applied to serum can, with minor modifications, be applied to cerebrospinal fluid. Good protein patterns have been obtained and similarities as well as differences have been demonstrated between cerebrospinal fluid and serum. The patterns obtained should prove useful in neurological diagnosis.

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