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A senstive, accurate procedure is presented for the determination of Bence Jones protein in urine. A high filtering temperature is necessary for complete separation from urinary albumin. The separated Bence Jones protein is determined turbidimetrically by precipitation with sulfosalicylic acid.
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Received: March 13, 1950
☆Work completed in 1947.
☆☆Reviewed in the Veterans Administration and published with the approval of the Chief Medical Director. The statements and conclusions published by the author are the results of his own study and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of the Veterans Administration.
© 1950 Published by Elsevier Inc.