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(immunoprecipitin analysis)
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  • Fasciola hepatica: partial characterization of circulating antigens. [Journal Article]
    J Parasitol 1998; 84(5):1053-5Rodriguez-Osorio M, Rojas J, Gómez-García V
  • Antigens present in sera from Fasciola hepatica-infected goats were partially characterized by means of polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of immunoprecipitates obtained by counterimmunoelectrophoresis. Agar containing the 2 immunoprecipitin lines, agar containing no precipitin lines, a crude extract of F. hepatica, and normal rabbit IgG were assayed. The electrophoretic pattern of 1 precipitin l…
  • Biological and immunological properties of nerve growth factor from snake venoms. [Journal Article]
    J Nat Toxins 1998; 7(2):121-30Lipps BV
  • Homogeneous preparation of nerve growth factor (NGF) was isolated in purity by two steps HPLC fractionation from venoms of snakes belonging to the major families: Crotalidae, Elapidae, and Viperidae. Biological activity of NGF was tested on PC12 cells for neurite outgrowth and molecular weights were determined by PAGE. Antisera raised against NGFs in Balb/C mice. Immunological cross reactivity fo…
  • Disruption of normal iron homeostasis after bronchial instillation of an iron-containing particle. [Journal Article]
    Am J Physiol 1998; 274(3):L396-403Ghio AJ, Carter JD, … Devlin RB
  • The atmosphere constitutes a prime vehicle for the movement and redistribution of metals. Metal exposure can be associated with an oxidative stress. We tested the hypothesis that, in response to an iron-containing particle, the human respiratory tract will demonstrate an increased expression of both lactoferrin and ferritin as the host attempts to transport and store the metal in a chemically les…
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