B Löwenadler

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Using the mouse passive transfer model, the effects of purified human myasthenic immunoglobulin G and of the monovalent Fab fragment on neuromuscular junctions were investigated. Treatment with IgG markedly reduced amplitudes of miniature endplate potentials. When Fab fragments were transferred alone or with subsequent addition of IgG no neuromuscular(More)
Hind legs of adult rats were exposed to vibrations (81 Hz; amplitude 0.50 mm peak to peak) for 4 h during two consecutive days. The sciatic, tibial and plantar nerves were isolated and processed for immunohistochemical demonstration of IGF-I (insulin-like growth factor I; somatomedin C) immunoreactivity at different time intervals after the vibration(More)
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