Electrophoretic determination of isoamylases in serum with commercially available reagents.

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We describe and evaluate a method for determining isoamylases in serum. With this method, which involves conventional electrophoretic apparatus and commercially available reagents, seven isoenzymes can be resolved. The electrophoresis is performed in agarose gel, and isoenzymes are detected with a water-insoluble cross-linked starch polymer linked to a blue… (More)

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@article{Leclerc1982ElectrophoreticDO, title={Electrophoretic determination of isoamylases in serum with commercially available reagents.}, author={P. Leclerc and J{\'e}r{\'e}my Forest}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={1982}, volume={28 1}, pages={37-40} }