electrophoretic variants

electrophoretic variants

[i¦lek·trō·fə′red·ik ′ver·ē·əns]
(biochemistry)
Phenotypically different proteins that are separable into distinct electrophoretic components due to differences in mobilities; an example is erythrocyte acid phosphatase.
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Maia, "Distribution and heredity of erythrocyte G6PD activity and electrophoretic variants among different racial groups at Sao Paulo, Brazil.," Journal of Medical Genetics, vol.
Studies on sibling species involving LDH electrophoretic variants to distinguish species A and B make it possible to correlate malaria endemicity with species A and B distribution.
Electrophoretic variants of albumin were purified from the plasma of six heterozygous subjects who gave informed consent and under protocols approved by Christchurch Hospital.
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