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A New Inheritable Property of Human Sera : the InV Factor
Grubb and Laurell1, Harboe and Lundevall2 and Harboe3 have described the serum groups Gma, Gmx and Gmb with the help of some rheumatoid-arthritic sera which were able to agglutinate O Rh + red cellsExpand
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Familial occurrence of monoclonal gammapathies.
The purpose of this work was to evaluate the genetic propensity importance in the monoclonal gammapathies occurrence. Systematic serum-electrophoreses were performed on 172 relatives of 37 reportedExpand
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Gm, Am and Km immunoglobulin allotypes of two populations in Tunisia
SummaryGm, Am and Km allotypes were investigated in two Tunisian populations (236 samples from Mahdia and 142 samples from Sfax). These populations descend from immigrants and, therefore, the resultsExpand
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Common and uncommon immunoglobulin haplotypes among Lebanese communities
SummaryAllotypes of IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgA2 subclasses were investigated in seven Lebanese communities (three Moslem and four Christian). The Gm-Am haplotypes found were mainly those prevalent inExpand
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Gm and Inv allotypes in French Guiana Indians.
Data from 302 individuals belonging to three populations of French Guiana Indians are reported. All the phenotypes except two can be explained by three haplotypes: Gm1,21, Gm1,2,21 and Gm1,10,11,25.Expand
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Frequencies of Gm and Km allotypes in the population of Singapore, Sri Lanka and Punjabis in North India.
Serum samples from Sinhalese subjects, from Punjab and from Singapore have been studied. The Gm phenotypes found are very numerous and we can observe some similarities concerning the Gm geneExpand
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The Influence of the Anti‐Rh Coat and Red Cells on the Manifestation of the Gm(b) Phenotype
Trois sujets de race blanche testés avec le même anti‐Gm(b) mais avec différents sérums anti‐Rhésus capables de détecter le Gm(b) sont soit Gm(b+), soit Gm(b‐) suivant la combinaison employée. CeExpand
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Immunoglobulin allotypic specificities in mixed leucocyte cultures.
γG immunoglobulin synthesis was shown in mixed lymphocyte cultures. Presence in the supernatants after 6, 8 or 9 days of Gm(1) and Gm(17) specificities lacking in the lymphocyte donors' phenotypesExpand
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Isotypes in Human Immunoglobulin λ-Chains
IMMUNOGLOBULIN polypeptide chains consist of a variable N-terminal region and a constant C-terminal part1. The variability of the N-terminal part is due to multiple amino-acid exchanges andExpand
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Possible Origins of the Anti-Gm Sera
SINCE Grubb and Laurell discovered the Gm factor in 1956 (ref. 1), all those who have worked in this field have carried out the tests with sera from patients suffering from rheumatoid-arthriticExpand
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