Benign familial hyperphosphatasemia presents in a similar manner and could be distinguished from macro-ALP by an autosomal dominant family history and the presence of intestinal ALP on isoenzyme electrophoresis
The parasites from any positive culture were cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen pending their identification in PCR and isoenzyme electrophoresis. The femoral bones were histologically and ultrastrucrurally studied.
Characterization of Leishmania spp from Kuwait by isoenzyme electrophoresis. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1978;72(1):56-65.
Logarithmically growing parasites were harvested and washed by centrifugation in phosphate buffer saline (PBS) twice and were stored in aliquots of 100 x [10.sup.8] parasites (for DNA extraction) and 1 x [10.sup.9] parasites (for isoenzyme electrophoresis) in -70[degrees]C.
Species identification by isoenzyme electrophoresis: The Leishmania isolate studied in the present report (MHOM/04/IR/IPI-UN10) was identified as L.
To achieve better targeting of dengue vector control and elucidation of infestation origins, isoenzyme electrophoresis
can be used to define patterns of genetic differentiation of gene flow between these populations for understanding factors that contribute to the spread of dengue fever.
Leishmania major was the etiologic agent for all 176 cases for which species data, obtained by isoenzyme electrophoresis
of cultured parasites, are available.
Examination of Kentucky bluegrass blends using esterase isoenzyme electrophoresis
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This can be overcome by using an immunochemical method to measure CK-MB concentration or CK isoenzyme electrophoresis.
Acknowledgments: We thank Jennifer Burns, Senior Hospital Scientist, Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia, for providing us with the image of CK isoenzyme electrophoresis gel.
brucei stocks from man and animals by isoenzyme electrophoresis
(22) and polymerase chain reaction based methods have led to the identification of more mammalian hosts as reservoirs for T.b.