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THE ACTION OF TRYPSIN ON NATIVE AND DENATURED PROTEINS
It has been demonstrated by several authors that ovalbumin (1 j, pseudoglobulin (2), serum albumin (2, 3), lactoglobulin (4), and other proteins are attacked by trypsin less readily in their native… Expand
On the failure of azo-gelatin as an antigen.
It is shown that the bulk of intravenotsly injected arsanil-azo-globulin is fixed in the liver and the bone-marrow of rabbits and that the absence of antigenicity in gelatin cannot be attributed merely to the deficiency of aromatic groups. Expand