(Received 14 August 1980; accepted 8 October 1980)
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The subphenotypes of phosphoglucomutase (PGM) were successfully typed by isoelectric focusing with a charge-balanced agarose. The resolution was as high as that obtained with polyacrylamide, with none of the drawbacks associated with the use of polyacrylamide. Exceptionally straight iso-pH lines were obtained, making interpretation of the results more reliable. Gel preparation was simple and rapid, and the time for analysis was reduced. A way of preserving the resultant zymogram is described.
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