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Retinol-binding protein in bovine retina: isolation and partial characterization

, : Retinol-binding protein in bovine retina: isolation and partial characterization. Experimental Eye Research 22(5): 425-433

A supernatant fraction prepared from bovine retina was examined for the presence of protein-bound forms of vitamin A. Five fractions displaying a retinol-like fluorescence were resolved by DEAE-cellulose ion-exchange chromatography. Two of the fractions were examined in more detail. Two retinol-binding proteins of apparent molecular weight 17 500 (a doublet band) were isolated from fraction V, the only fraction to bind exogenous etinol.


PMID: 945182

DOI: 10.1016/0014-4835(76)90181-0

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