This work was supported by Riksföreningen mot Cancer, grant No. 72-96, and Göteborgs Läkarsällskap and Collianders Stiftelse and Deutsche Forschungsgeneinschaft (SFB 51). The authors are indebted to Professors Holger Hydén, Gösta Norlén and Erwin Dahme and Dr. Galo Ramirez for their interest and encouragement, and to Mrs. Anita Palm for skillful technical assistance. The authors are also indebted to Dr. Pietro Calissano, under whose guidance one of the authors isolated one of the batches of S-100 used, and also for the initiation of the study of pentanol-extractable proteins from the different tissues. We are grateful to Dr. C.-A. Carlsson for his help in supplying tumour material and to Dr. Hengo Haljamäe for Ca2+ determinations.
WATER-SOLUBLE AND PENTANOL-EXTRACTABLE PROTEINS IN HUMAN BRAIN NORMAL TISSUE AND HUMAN BRAIN TUMOURS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO S-100 PROTEIN
Article first published online: 4 OCT 2006
Journal of Neurochemistry
Volume 20, Issue 6, pages 1523–1532, June 1973
How to Cite
Haglid, K. G. and Stavrou, D. (1973), WATER-SOLUBLE AND PENTANOL-EXTRACTABLE PROTEINS IN HUMAN BRAIN NORMAL TISSUE AND HUMAN BRAIN TUMOURS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO S-100 PROTEIN. Journal of Neurochemistry, 20: 1523–1532. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.1973.tb00270.x
- Issue published online: 4 OCT 2006
- Article first published online: 4 OCT 2006
- Received 29 August 1972. Accepted 19 December 1972
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