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Proof of phosphoglucomutase pgm in the cornea and in cornea cell cultures by isoelectric focusing and by enzymatic staining methods



Proof of phosphoglucomutase pgm in the cornea and in cornea cell cultures by isoelectric focusing and by enzymatic staining methods



Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde 201(2): 110-111



PGM-1 and its isoenzymes had been studied in the human cornea, in cornea cell cultures, in erythrocytes and lymphocytes. Qualitative and quantitative comparisons between cornea of healthy persons and cornea cell cultures of patients with cornea dystrophies showed differences between certain phenotypes and their signals of activity.

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