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Horse Kidney Protein Isolated in Laboratory

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The Biophysics Laboratory of the Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital have made the first isolation of a low molecular weight protein from the cortex of the horse kidney.

The protein contains 2.2 percent cadmium,

The Harvard investigators reported that "cadmium will ultimately be found to have an important use in the body."

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