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Immunology and art: Using antibody-based techniques to identify proteins and gums in artworks

Immunology and art: Using antibody-based techniques to identify proteins and gums in artworks,10.1007/s12038-010-0001-y,Journal of Biosciences,Julie A

Immunology and art: Using antibody-based techniques to identify proteins and gums in artworks   (Citations: 1)
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Journal: Journal of Biosciences - J BIOSCIENCES , vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 3-10, 2010
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    • ...Analysis of the cross-section by ATR-FTIR microspectroscopy verified the presence of protein in the gesso and gilding adhesive (it excluded an oil or a resin as the adhesive), and indirect ELISA testing for collagen, ovalbumin, casein, and gum showed that collagen (animal glue) was the binder for the gesso and that ovalbumin (egg) is the adhesive for the gilding 1 [9]...
    • ...Egg was identified as the medium of the Bishop’s yellow robe by GC/MS 2 [9, 24]...

    Julie Arslanogluet al. An improved method of protein localization in artworks through SERS na...

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