The behaviour of caeruloplasmin in stored human extracellular fluids in relation to ferroxidase II activity, lipid peroxidation and phenanthroline-detectable copper.


No Cu(II) ion is measurable in human serum or synovial fluid by the phenanthroline assay. On storage of human serum or synovial fluid at 4 degrees C, phenanthroline-detectable copper appears, lipid peroxidation occurs, ferroxidase I activity declines and ferroxidase II activity rises, yet there is no fall in immunologically detectable caeruloplasmin… (More)


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