J Dockstader

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Plasma membranes of vertebrate lens fiber cells contain a major intrinsic polypeptide with an apparent molecular weight of 26,000 (MIP26). These plasma membranes are extremely rich in communicating junctions, and it has been suggested that MIP26 is a component of them. MIP26 was purified from cow lenses using preparative SDS gel electrophoresis followed by(More)
The potential of high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) as a technique for studying human cataractogenesis by analyzing minute quantities of lens proteins was demonstrated in a human retinitis pigmentosa (RP) lens. Individual human cortical cataractous lenses were microdissected. A well-defined opaque section was identified, the lens capsule was cut,(More)
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