Evaluation of specific binding affinity and biochemical properties of fish eye-lens reagents from seven teleost species

@inproceedings{Middlebrooks1988EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of specific binding affinity and biochemical properties of fish eye-lens reagents from seven teleost species},
  author={Bobby L. Middlebrooks and Nancy J. Brown-Peterson and Paul M. Toom and Willard L. Douglas},
  year={1988}
}
Abstract 1. 1. Eye-lens proteins from seven teleost species were extracted and processed to produce modifications conferring specific binding affinity for selected molecules or cellular antigens. Specifically active reagents were obtained from two of the species utilized. 2. 2. Eye-lens preparations contained several positively charged subunits, with the predominant subunit having a mol. wt of approx. 20,000. 3. 3. Of a number of assay methods evaluated the passive hemagglutination test best… CONTINUE READING

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