A. Royer-Spierer

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Cotyledonary cells are submitted to fractionation by isopycnic centrifugation. Small intact protein bodies are collected in the densest zones (d=1.205–1.237 g/cm3). Fragments of larger bodies are gathered in zones of lower density (d=1.205 g/cm3). Small dense bodies are largely sedimentable after dilution, whereas fragments of the large bodies dissociate(More)
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