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A procedure for the purification of ferritin from human liver by heating a methanol-treated homogenate

Analytical Biochemistry

Dec 1, 1985

B E ChamK M Ridgway

PMID: 4096386

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A simple, rapid technique for purification of ferritin from human liver tissue is described. Methanol, at a final concentration of 40% (v/v) in liver homogenate, precipitates the majority of proteins but does not affect ferritin. Subsequent heating of this homogenate at 75 degrees C for...read more

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Sodium Methoxide
Ferritin
Electrophoresis, Agar Gel
Iodine Radioisotopes
Immunoelectrophoresis
Ferritin Measurement
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis
SDS-PAGE
Liver Parenchyma
Purification Aspects
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A procedure for the purification of ferritin from human liver by heating a methanol-treated homogenate

Analytical Biochemistry

Dec 1, 1985

B E ChamK M Ridgway

PMID: 4096386

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Abstract

A simple, rapid technique for purification of ferritin from human liver tissue is described. Methanol, at a final concentration of 40% (v/v) in liver homogenate, precipitates the majority of proteins but does not affect ferritin. Subsequent heating of this homogenate at 75 degrees C for...read more

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Sodium Methoxide
Ferritin
Electrophoresis, Agar Gel
Iodine Radioisotopes
Immunoelectrophoresis

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