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Bacterial agglutination studies with secretory IgA prepared from human gastrointestinal secretions and colostrum

Gut

Jun 1, 1972

D B McClellandD J Shearman

PMID: 4557307

Abstract

The function of human purified colostral and gastrointestinal IgA has been studied by its ability to agglutinate common gastrointestinal organisms. Agglutinating activity was unaffected by trypsin or acid but it was abolished rapidly by pepsin. Both colostral and gastrointestinal IgA ag...read more

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Immunoelectrophoresis
Gastric Juice
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Saliva - SpecimenType
Pepsin 3
Colostrum Specimen
Immunoglobulins
Trypsin
Colostrum Preparation
Immunoglobulin A Deficiency (Disorder)
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Bacterial agglutination studies with secretory IgA prepared from human gastrointestinal secretions and colostrum

Gut

Jun 1, 1972

D B McClellandD J Shearman

PMID: 4557307

DOI:

Abstract

The function of human purified colostral and gastrointestinal IgA has been studied by its ability to agglutinate common gastrointestinal organisms. Agglutinating activity was unaffected by trypsin or acid but it was abolished rapidly by pepsin. Both colostral and gastrointestinal IgA ag...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Immunoelectrophoresis
Gastric Juice
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Saliva - SpecimenType
Pepsin 3
Colostrum Specimen
Immunoglobulins
Trypsin
Colostrum Preparation
Immunoglobulin A Deficiency (Disorder)

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