This is a review and, as stated in the introduction, the author confines himself to certain aspects of the subject only - the modern conception of the individual identities and interrelationships of the serum proteins apart from fibrinogen. Recent advances in the chemistry of the complexes which these proteins are known to form with lipoid and carbohydrate materials are discussed. Commencing with the proteins of the serum, the author goes on to discuss the albumin and globulin fractions, the behaviour of the serum lipoids and, finally, the "bound sugar" of the blood and protein carbohydrate complexes, to the study of which he has himself contributed.
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