Research Article| Volume 6, ISSUE 3, P441-455, September 1986

Interpretation of Electrophoretic Patterns of Serum Proteins

  • Paul L. Wolf
    Corresponding Author: Department of Pathology, University of California Medical Center, 225 Dickinson Street, San Diego, California 92103.
    Professor of Pathology, University of California Medical Center, San Diego, California
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      Serum protein electrophoresis enables the physician to correctly interpret abnormalities in the serum proteins. This article identifies these abnormalities.
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