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Anti-B activity of a lectin coexistent with blood group H-like substance in seeds of Euonymus sieboldiana

Journal of Immunogenetics

Jun 1, 1976

Seiichiro Yamamoto

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Euonymus Sieboldiana seeds possess a lectin for human erythrocytes with anti-B specificity. Lectin fractions with strong agglutinating activity were separated by ammonium sulphate precipitation from blood group H-like substance, which is coexistent in the same seeds. The lectin has prop...read more

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Process of Absorption
Agglutinins
Ammonium Sulfate
Blood Group H Type 1 Antigen
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement
Erythrocytes
Chemical Fractionation
Galactose
Galactosides
Isoantibodies
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Anti-B activity of a lectin coexistent with blood group H-like substance in seeds of Euonymus sieboldiana

Journal of Immunogenetics

Jun 1, 1976

Seiichiro Yamamoto

PMID: 965766

DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-313x.1976.tb00569.x

Abstract

Euonymus Sieboldiana seeds possess a lectin for human erythrocytes with anti-B specificity. Lectin fractions with strong agglutinating activity were separated by ammonium sulphate precipitation from blood group H-like substance, which is coexistent in the same seeds. The lectin has prop...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Process of Absorption
Agglutinins
Ammonium Sulfate
Blood Group H Type 1 Antigen
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement

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