(Received 11 June 1983; accepted 26 July 1983)
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Phosphoglucomutase1 (PGM) subtyping and esterase D phenotyping were simultaneously performed by electrophoresis of bloodstained fibers using agarose and a Tris-maleic acid buffer system, pH 5.4. This method reduces anodal gel shrinkage and shortens development time when compared to the conventional electrophoretic technique for PGM subtyping which is performed at pH 7.4 using an agarose-starch substrate.
Assistant professor of biology and immunology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Research scientist, Department of Laboratories and Research, Forensic Science Laboratory, Valhalla, N.Y.
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