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The association of hereditary gamma globulin activity with a fragment of human gamma globulin produced papain digestion



The association of hereditary gamma globulin activity with a fragment of human gamma globulin produced papain digestion



Biochem And Biophys Res Commun 7(4): 9-263



The technique of enzymatic hydrolysis has been utilized to demonstrate that for the 5 sera investigated the determinant of Gm (a) specificity is confined to a 3.5S fragment of the human 7S gamma globulin molecule.

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