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1. Fluorescence (F) of the hemocyanin ofEurypelma californicum is strongly dependent on the degree of oxygenation (Fig. 2). Maximum excitation is found at 292 to 294 nm. There is only a small shift(More)
1. For the study of haemocyanins a partly automatic polarographic method was developed which allows direct recording of oxygen binding curves by means of an X-Y recorder. The minimum sample volume(More)
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