Some immunochemical differences between associated and dissociated hemocyanin.
- A. H. Bartel, D. Campbell
- BiologyArchives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
- 1 May 1959
Isolation and partial characterization of supernatant and mitochondrial shrimp muscle malate dehydrogenases.
- J. L. Hodnett, J. Evans, H. B. Gray, A. H. Bartel
- BiologyComparative biochemistry and physiology. B…
Electrophoretic Analysis of Young Alligator Serum
- E. Baril, J. L. Palmer, A. H. Bartel
- Biology, MedicineScience
- 27 January 1961
Serum from 30 young alligators was examined by free boundary, starch block, and cellulose acetate strip electrophoresis. The patterns obtained showed that the alligator serum proteins differ…
Electrophoretic analysis of young caiman and crocodile serum
- J. Rider, A. H. Bartel
- 1 March 1967
Comparative Immunology. Active Immunization of Young Alligators with Hemocyanin.∗
- Enid G. Lerch, S. E. Huggins, A. H. Bartel
- Biology, MedicineProceedings of the Society for Experimental…
- 1 February 1967
Results indicate that alligators, in contrast to other reptiles, may possess a primitive type of immunological memory and the production of circulating antibody by the alligator was not unexpected.
Preliminary chemical investigations of carbohydrate associated with key-hole limpet hemocyanin (KLH)
- B. Fairless, D. Hornish, A. H. Bartel
- 1 March 1967
Antigen dissociation as a factor in the immunodiffusion analysis of hemocyanin.
- T. Tornabene, A. H. Bartel
- BiologyTexas reports on biology and medicine
Simple adaptations to extend the range of flow cytometry five orders of magnitude for the DNA analysis of uni-and multicellular systems.
- R. Hecht, D. Schomer, J. Oro, A. H. Bartel, E. Hungerford
- BiologyJournal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
- 1 June 1981
The method employs a log amplifier in combination with a set of neutral density filters that reduces the incident light reaching the photomultiplier tube to extend the capability of a cytometry system to record samples that exhibit a wide range of fluorescence such as multicellular systems.
A technique for the investigation of chemical responses in aquatic animals
- A. H. Bartel, D. Davenport
- Environmental Science
- 1 July 1956