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A new stain for copper-protein complexes: its use with crustacean hemocyanins
Gould, E.; Karolus, J.J. (1975). A new stain for copper-protein complexes: its use with crustacean hemocyanins. Analytical Biochemistry 67: 515-519
In: Analytical Biochemistry. Academic Press: San Diego, CA,. ISSN 0003-2697 , more
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    Marine

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  • Gould, E.
  • Karolus, J.J.

Abstract
    A cyanide-tetrazolium medium is suggested as a rapid histochemical stain for copper. Red bands clearly mark the site of copper-protein complexes on polyacrylamide gels. The stain is darker, more specific, and more permanent than other methods currently in use and is particularly useful in the electrophoretic characterization of crustacean serum.

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