[Investigation of electrophoretical enzyme phänotypes glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, red cell acid phosphatase, phosphoglucomutase and adenosine deaminase of permanent human cell lines (author's transl)].


Isoenzymes of 11 cell lines were investigated by electrophoretical separation. All lines have been cultivated from tissues of white persons, all but one (Leuc. Th. B.) were phosphoglucomutase 1 and all were adenosine deaminase 1. Three out of 11 cell lines did show glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) type B as expected. Two out of 8 cell lines with… (More)


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