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A lectin with molecular mass around 200 kDa was isolated from the serum of the Indian catfish Clarias batrachus. The bioactivity of this serum lectin was Ca2+ and pH dependent. The lectin appeared to be specific for alpha-methyl galactose and sialoglycoproteins like porcine and bovine submaxillary mucin and could agglutinate human, rabbit, mice, rat and(More)
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