Investigations on Erythrocyte Acid Phosphatase in Cattle

  • F. Dogrul


In 1949 Abul-Fadl and coworkers found by means of pH measurements individual differences in erythrocyte acid phosphatase (SEP) in human blood. Angeletti and coworkers and also Georgatsos (1965) supported these results by chromatographic studies.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Dogrul
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  1. 1.Blood Group Laboratory of the DepartmentAnimal Breeding and GeneticsViennaAustria

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