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KMID : 0359319640040010001
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
1964 Volume.4 No. 1 p.1 ~ p.6
PAPER ELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION OF SERUM PROTEINS IN CATTLE AND SWINE

Abstract
The ratios of cattle and swine serum proteins taken from the slaughter house were studied by Paper Electrophoresis.
1. Of 79 cattle and 53 swine, 49 cattle and 32 swine were observed in this studying as normal animals, the rest which was over 60% of albumin, globulin values and ½ of A/G (albumin/globulin) ratio was observed separately as abnormalities, because physiological examination was not made before slaughter.
The ratios of the normal serum proteins were A (albumin) 58.8, α(alpha-globulin) 13.7, β(beta-globulin) 11.9, γ(gamma-globulin) 28.6, G(total globulin) 49.2, A/G 1.03 in cattle and A 48.4, α 18.0, β 13.6, γ 20.0, G 51.6, A/G 0.93 in swine, the result including abnormalities showed A 45.5, α 14.8, β 12.5, γ 26.7, G 54.5, A/G 0.83 in cattle and A 44.5, α 19.8, β 13.7, γ 21.8, G 55.3, A/G 0.80 in Swine.
2. The A/G ratio of cattle and swine were 1.03 and 0.93 respectively, the A/G ratio of Korean cattle and swine are higher than the ration reported of others. Although A/G ratio of swine was below 1.00, and its value showed slightly higher than the others. The A/G ratio in this result including the abnormalities was relatively low but this ratio was higher than that values obtained by other reporters.
3. Twenty nine percent of cattles and 34 per cent of swines in this study, fluctuation of A/G ratio was great. The values of α and γ globulins thought to be influenced by the amount of total globulin except β-globulin in swine.
To obtain more occurate results, more sample size is required, in other hand some animals that is in subclinical condition might influence the values of this study.
4. The ratios of each fraction mobility which were regarded albumin as 100 were A 100, α 73, β 47, γ 30 in Cattle and A 100, α 71, β 46, γ 30 in Swine.
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