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Electrophoretic study of proteins and enzymes in the bank vole clethrionomys glareolus






Ekologiya (Moscow) (2): 81-85

Electrophoretic study of proteins and enzymes in the bank vole clethrionomys glareolus

Data were presented on the electrophoretic data of the following proteins and enzymes from the bank vole: Hb, blood serum transferrin, nonspecific liver esterases, malate dehydrogenase from the skeletal muscles, liver sorbitol dehydrogenase, liver glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase. Esterases, sorbitol dehydrogenase and glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase were the most variable with respect to polymorphism. They may be used as genetic markers in studying the ecological mechanisms of the evolutionary transformation of populations.


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