GC subtyping in dental pulps.


By means of non-immobilized isoelectric focusing followed by immunoblotting, group-specific component (GC) subtypes were detected in dental pulp tissues. The amount of GC in dental pulp was quantitated using rocket immunoelectrophoresis and the minimum amount of the protein necessary for the typing of GC was estimated to be about 0.02 microgram in 10… (More)


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