BOAR VESICULAR SECRETION PROTEINS: FURTHER COMPARISONS WITH SEMINAL PLASMA PROTEINS

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Summary.

Further studies, using gel filtration on Sephadex G-200 columns, have confirmed and extended the similarities between the major proteins of boar seminal plasma and the vesicular secretion.

The haemagglutinin in the vesicular secretion has been shown, by red cell agglutination, to occur as a distinct peak masked by the greater protein content of Fraction A.

Completely fresh vesicular secretion kept at 37° C and studied at this temperature within 30 min of slaughter, presents an identical gel filtration pattern.

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