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Beta globulins

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Beta globulins

Schematic representation of a protein electrophoresis gel

Beta globulins are a group of globular proteins in plasma that are more mobile in alkaline or electrically charged solutions than gamma globulins, but less mobile than alpha globulins.[1][2][3]

Examples of beta globulins include:


  1. ^ Ren Zhang, Yan Lin and Chun-Ting Zhang (2008). "Greglist: a database listing potential G-quadruplex regulated genes". Nucl. Acids Res. 36 (suppl 1): D372–D376.  
  2. ^ Phillip A. Rachwal, I. Stuart Findlow, Joern M. Werner, Tom Brown and Keith R. Fox (2007). "Intramolecular DNA quadruplexes with different arrangements of short and long loops". Nucl. Acids Res. 35 (12): 4214–4222.  
  3. ^ Antonio Randazzo, Veronica Esposito, Oliver Ohlenschläger, Ramadurai Ramachandran, Antonella Virgilio & Luciano Mayol (2005). "Structural studies on LNA quadruplexes". Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids 24 (5-7): 795–800.  

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  • "Examples of Protein Electrophoretograms" at
  • Beta-globulins at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
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