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Molisch-positive mucopolysaccharides of gastric cancers as compared with the corresponding components of gastric mucosae. First Report. Fractionation procedure of gastric cancer and gastric mucosa



Molisch-positive mucopolysaccharides of gastric cancers as compared with the corresponding components of gastric mucosae. First Report. Fractionation procedure of gastric cancer and gastric mucosa



Tohoku Jour Exptl Med 68(1): 81-91



A procedure is described for fractionating gastric cancer and mucosae of non-cancerous stomachs separated according to the A, B, or O blood group of the patient. Two kinds of group A mucopolysaccharide and 2 kinds of group inactive mucopolysaccharides were isolated from group A cancer material, and 1 kind each of the corresponding group active and inactive mucopolysaccharides from non-cancerous group B mucosae.

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