Feb 1, 1977

Immunoglobulins A and G and lysozyme in the bronchial secretions of children with acute respiratory tract infections

Zeitschrift für Erkrankungen der Atmungsorgane
P B HeczkoG Pulverer

Abstract

The amount of immunoglobulins A and G and lysozyme in bronchial secretions of children with pneumonia was higher than in ones of bronchitis and infected asthma patients. Immunoglobulins levels increased also with the age of patients.

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Bronchial System
Lysozyme Test
Acute Disease
Immunoglobulins
IgA2
Lysozyme
Bronchitis
Muramidase
Respiratory Tract Infections
Upper Respiratory Infections

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