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The electrophoresis of human gastric juice
  1. D. W. Piper,
  2. Mirjam C. Stiel,
  3. Janet E. Builder

    Part I In normal controls

    Abstract

    The electrophoretic pattern of normal human gastric juice is described. The effect of autodigestion of gastric juice and of the peptic digestion of albumin is described. The fallacies involved in the study of gastric juice proteins where peptic digestion of the protein constituent has not been prevented are emphasized. In this study the gastric juice was neutralized within the stomach to prevent changes due to autodigestion.

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    Part I In normal controls

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