G S Sholud'ko

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Use of IHAT with the addition of antiserum to immunoglobulins G, M, A increased the frequency of detection of antibodies to enteropathogenic bacteria in various biological fluids (blood, saliva, human milk, feces). At the same time the antiglobulin test permitted determination of the immunological class of these antibodies. In the substrates where the(More)
A determination was made of the immunoglobulin G, M and A concentration in the blood serum of women suffering from dysentery and other acute intestinal diseases, those who sustained the disease and healthy persons (259 in all). Probability of detection of low IgA concentrations in the patients was 7-12 times greater during the first days of the disease than(More)
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