Abstract

In the 6,500 cases of paraproteinemia we have identified over the last eight years, only approximately 70% of them were detectable by cellulose-acetate and paper electrophoresis techniques. The remaining 30% were detectable only by immuno-electrophoresis, which is also mandatory for the identification of all paraproteins. Although most of our cases are… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01633838

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