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Electrophoretic study on blood serum proteins of rose ringed parakeet psittacula krameri


, : Electrophoretic study on blood serum proteins of rose ringed parakeet psittacula krameri. Indian Journal of Zoology 9(1): 31-34

Electrophoretogram of the rose-ringed parakeet [P. krameri] showed 4 fractions. Maximum amount of protein was found in fraction II (52%) and minimum in fraction III (4.5%). Total serum protein was 5.00 mg/dl. Rf value of fraction I was highest (0.48) and IV was lowest (0.15).

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