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ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY VOL 6.
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A full discussion of relevant electromagnetic theory is given, for example, in treatises by Born (1933) and Stratton (1941). A comprehensive treatment of the classical work on light scattering is given by Cabannes (1929). Some specialized aspects are found in the book by Elhagavantam (1942). The following reviews of the more recent work on scattering from solutions are recommended for a fuller discussion of the theory and the results obtained in nonprotein systems: Zimm, Stein and Doty (1945)) van de Hulst (1946), Doty (1947), Mark (1948), Oster (1948, 1950a) and Edsall and Dandliker* (1951).
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Thus a start has been made towards seeing how fibrin (9, 14, 27) forms from fibrinogen under the action of thrombin. These experiments have shown that relatively concentrated thrombin and a consequent rapid clotting is required t o give the striated fibrin already described; with slower clotting the fibers are devoid of internal detail. They also have suggested t h a t fibrin results from some sort of side-by-side association of thread-like molecules of fibrinogen, but it is not now clear how this happens or how the striae arise through this process.
Advances in Protein Chemistry, 6 by M L Anson