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Determination of the molecular weight and partial specific volume of human transferrin by means of a new two-stage density gradient equilibrium method


, : Determination of the molecular weight and partial specific volume of human transferrin by means of a new two-stage density gradient equilibrium method. International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research 5(5): 309-325


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