Labelling of polypeptide hormones at high specific activities

  • G. Milhaud


Radioimmunoassays and membrane binding studies require the availability of polypeptide hormones labelled at high specific activities and retaining respectively their immunological and their biological activity.


Luteinizing Hormone Human Growth Hormone High Specific Activity Salmon Calcitonin Human Parathyroid Hormone 
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