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Hyaluronic acid in elastic cartilage



Hyaluronic acid in elastic cartilage



Experientia 33(6): 721-723



Bovine ear cartilage contains more hyaluronic acid than do hyaline cartilages of the same animal. Most of it is in the elastin-rich residue not extractable by 4 M guanidinium chloride where it is associated with chondroitin sulphate in low relative concentration and of lower molecular weight than in non-elastic cartilage residue.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf01944149


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