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Relationship of protein concentration and water content of equine serum and plasma samples



Relationship of protein concentration and water content of equine serum and plasma samples



Veterinary Clinical Pathology 6(3): 18-20



A highly significant correlation between the water content and protein concentration of equine serum and plasma samples was demonstrated over a wide range of concentrations.

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PMID: 15314791

DOI: 10.1111/j.1939-165x.1977.tb00771.x


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