Ion-exchange chromatography of gel filtration demonstrated the presence of different molecular forms of nine lysosomal enzymes in cultured amniotic-fluid cells. The patterns of molecular forms were similar to those known from skin fibroblasts and liver tissue. During cultivation total enzyme activities fluctuated with the number of passages, without any consistent trend of increase or decrease, and without correlation to the dominating cell type in the culture.

This content is only available as a PDF.
You do not currently have access to this content.