PMID: 1087154Nov 11, 1976Paper

IgG antilymphocyte antibodies in SLE detected by 125I protein A

Arthritis and Rheumatism
R C WilliamsJ D Montaño


125I-labeled protein A was utilized to detect lymphocyte binding of IgG at 37 degrees C in 50 sera from patients with SLE. IgG binding was partially inhibited by preincubation of test cells with immune complexes in 50% of sera. In 10%, cytophilic Ig was increased by immune complex preincubation, and in 40% no appreciable change was recorded. With purified preparations of T and B cells, binding of SLE IgG at 37 degrees C was equal for both cell populations.


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