PMID: 5917092Oct 21, 1966

Inherited variations of human serum alpha-1-antitrypsin

F Kueppers, A G Bearn


The normal serum alpha(1)-antitrypsin migrates as a three banded patternwhen separated electrophoretically in starch gel with a sodium acetateethylenediaminetetraacetic acid buffer of pH 4.95. The results obtained when certain inherited variants of the serum alpha(1)-antitrypsin are separated electrophoretically suggest that the previously described variations in the region preceding the albumin band represent inherited variations of the serum alpha(1)-antitrypsin.


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