J Sternberger

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Different search programs were compared to judge their particular efficiency in protein identification. We established a human blood platelet protein map and identified tyrosine-phosphorylated proteins. The cytosolic fraction of human blood platelets was separated by two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (2-D PAGE) and phosphorylated proteins(More)
Of a total of 5.6 million blood donations by 1.6 million German Red Cross donors between July, 1985 and December, 1987 tested for HIV antibodies 210 were found to be positive in at least one Western blot. Calculated per quarter, the prevalence (for first-time donors) of 10 per 100,000 in 1985 decreased to 4 per 100,000 in 1986, while the incidence (for(More)
Since 1985 all donor blood in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) and West Berlin (WB) have been routinely tested for HIV antibodies. The blood donor services of the German and Bavarian Red Cross have pooled their anti-HIV test data for the first year of operation (July 1985-June 1986) to obtain information on the prevalence of HIV antibodies in blood(More)
The proposita in a German family of three siblings has D+ C+ c+ E- e+ f+ Rh: -17,19,33,34 red cells with weak C, e, f, Rh19, and Rh34 and stronger-than-usual Rh33 expression. One sibling has D+ C+ c+ E- e+ f+ Rh:17,19,33,34 red cells with weak f and ordinary-strength Rh33, and the other sibling has D+ C+ c+ E- e+ f+ Rh:17,19,-33,34 red cells. In the absence(More)
OBJECTIVE It was tried to retrospectively identify HIV infections in recipients of transfusions from donors who were tested HIV positive at a subsequent donation. These lookback data were traced back to answer the following questions: 1. How many transfusion recipients were infected before the start of the routine HIV testing in 1985? 2. How great is the(More)
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