The typing of human hair sheath cells in the glyoxalase system using cellogel membranes.

@article{Burgess1979TheTO,
  title={The typing of human hair sheath cells in the glyoxalase system using cellogel membranes.},
  author={Robert M. Burgess and J M Twibell},
  journal={Journal - Forensic Science Society},
  year={1979},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={
          283-6
        }
}
A method for the Glyoxalase typing of human head hair sheath cells using "Cellogel' membranes is described. The technique can be performed rapidly and gives better separation of the three isoenzymes observed in the heterozygote form than that obtained using conventional starch gel electrophoresis. The technique may prove especially valuable in the investigation of sexual offences as Glyoxalase phenotyping is now applicable to all three tissues commonly associated with such offences, i.e. blood… CONTINUE READING

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