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[Suppression of cytotoxic cellular reactions by the production of antibodies to rhamnose determinants of streptococcal group A polysaccharide cross-reacting with antigens of the skin epithelium].
TLDR
The obtained data corroborate the earlier supposition that the autoantibodies to the CR DT'S of A-PS reacting with the skin epithelial cells as a rule common the thymus epithelium and prevent the suppression of CT reactions.
[Autoantibodies against the basement membrane layer of the skin epithelium as an indicator of the activity of the autoimmune process in children with chronic hepatitis B].
TLDR
The data obtained indicate that autoantibodies to EBSL are typical not only for the beginning of the autoimmune process but may also serve as an indicator of the activity of chronic autoimmune disease.
[Monoclonal antibodies to different antigens of skin epithelium obtained by immunizing mice with streptococcus group A antigens].
TLDR
Monoclonal antibodies obtained by immunization of BALB/c mice with streptococcal group A protein antigens of the cellular wall, or with whole microbial cells reacted with epithelial cells, apparently, obtained as a result of polyclonal activation of the autoreactive clones by strePTococcal antIGens.
[Reactions of antibodies to streptococcus group A antigens with fibroblasts of human heart interstitial connective tissue].
TLDR
The indirect immunofluorescence method was applied to the study of the serum of rabbits immunized with fractions containing nontype-specific antigens of streptococcus, group A, belonging to the cell wall proteins, and a supposition was put forward on the presence of a cross-reacting antigen common with the fibroblast antigen in some hydrochloric extracts obtained from streptitis A and C.
[Secondary immunopathology in patients with an acute streptococcal infection].
TLDR
In the formation of streptococcal infection relapses, of the role is pathology of the complement system in combination with disorders in other components of nonspecific anti-infection resistance.
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