A simple method for the quantitation of isozyme patterns

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Isozyme patterns may be analyzed quantitatively, without the use of a densitometer, by performing serial twofold dilutions of a sample to a visual end point. The specific activity (S) of a given dehydrogenase isozyme can be assessed in the presence of other isozymes catalyzing the same reaction, by (1) determining the isozyme titer (T) (defined as mg… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00484412

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@article{Klebe1975ASM, title={A simple method for the quantitation of isozyme patterns}, author={Robert J. Klebe}, journal={Biochemical Genetics}, year={1975}, volume={13}, pages={805-812} }