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A study of cerebral protein and polysaccharide in the dog 1 Development of methods and determi-nation of normal values

, : A study of cerebral protein and polysaccharide in the dog 1 Development of methods and determi-nation of normal values. Proc Staff Meetings Mayo Clin: 347-356

A standard method for preparation of clear extracts of brain protein has been described. Approximately 10% of the total protein of brain was extracted. The soluble proteins were separated into 6 to 10 fractions by paper electrophoresis and were identified by serial numbers, 1 through 9. While soluble protein-bound hexose in these extracts represents 0.015 gm. per cent of the wet weight of the brain, attempts to identify the extractable glycoproteins and lipoproteins of brain by paper electrophoresis were unsuccessful. The presence of a prealbumin fraction in the brain was confirmed, and the relationship of this fraction to the prealbumin fraction of the cerebrospinal fluid has been discussed.


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