Three new plasma protein polymorphisms in domestic foxes, detected by a simple method of 2D horizontal electrophoresis.

@article{Juneja1989ThreeNP,
  title={Three new plasma protein polymorphisms in domestic foxes, detected by a simple method of 2D horizontal electrophoresis.},
  author={R. Juneja and T. Niini and H. Larsson and B. Gahne},
  journal={Hereditas},
  year={1989},
  volume={110 2},
  pages={
          159-64
        }
}
Plasma samples of 270 foxes from 45 complete families (14 of arctic foxes, 28 of silver foxes and 3 with arctic x silver fox hybrid offspring) were analysed by a method of two-dimensional agarose gel (pH 5.4)-horizontal polyacrylamide gel (pH 9.0) electrophoresis followed by general-protein staining of gels. Genetic polymorphism of three plasma proteins, tentatively designated prealbumin (Pr), postalbumin 1 (Pa1), and pretransferin 1 (Prt1), was observed. In silver foxes, Pa1 and Prt1 showed a… Expand
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