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Figure 1: Preparation of lactoferrin from camel milk. (a) Elution profile of lactoferrin from camel milk on cation exchange SP.Sepharose column. The flow rate was 5 ml/min and the volume of the fractions was 3 ml. (b) Sodium dodecyl sulfate.polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of pool of peck fractions (shown in circle in Figure 1a). M stands for molecular weight markers. L stands for isolated lactoferrin

Figure 1: Preparation of lactoferrin from camel milk. (a) Elution profile of lactoferrin from camel milk on cation exchange SP.Sepharose column. The flow rate was 5 ml/min and the volume of the fractions was 3 ml. (b) Sodium dodecyl sulfate.polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of pool of peck fractions (shown in circle in Figure 1a). M stands for molecular weight markers. L stands for isolated lactoferrin