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Immunoelectrophoretic techniques can be used to identify specific components in a complex biological fluid. One such technique was described by Lévy and Polonovski.3 Since the technique proved to be useful, 2 dies were designed and adapted as accessory gel cutters for the LKB agar gel cutting equipment. One of the dies retained the trough cutter knives, and the other was a template for the well cutters. The holes in the well cutter die were arranged to permit the examinations of components of different mobility characteristics. With these dies, the placement of the desired combinations of troughs and wells in the agar was simple, rapid, and precise.
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Accepted: May 29, 1970
Received: March 26, 1970
☆Supported by National Institutes of Health Grant No. HD 03000.
© 1970 Published by Elsevier Inc.