M I Gullino

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Laminin is a noncollagenour glycoprotein isolated from a transplantable mouse tumor producting basement membrane (BM). Purified antibodies to laminin do not cross-react with other known BM antigens including type IV collagen, fibronectin, bullous pemphigoid antigen, and a BM proteoglycan. Using immunofluorescence, laminin is localized in the BM zones of(More)
We have investigated the expression of products of the mouse major histocompatibility complex (MHC) on BALB/c and A/J epidermal cells. By using reagents with specificity for various products of the MHC in an indirect immunofluorescence procedure, we found that H-2 antigens are expressed on the vast majority of epidermal cells. Ia antigens, by contrast, are(More)
An ultrastructural study of late stages of the replicative cycle of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) in human embryo fibroblasts cell cultures has been performed. Nucleocapsids are observed only inside the intranuclear inclusion. They mature apparently by taking the envelope from the structural components of microvescicular systems reaching from the nuclear(More)
Differential ultrastructural features in the replicative cycle between a strain of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) and two strains (types 1 and 2) of herpes simplex virus (HSV) have been studied by electron microscopy. Either on the same or different host cell system four differential aspects have been constantly observed: a) presence in CMV infected cells of a(More)
Ultrastructural localization of C3 deposition in the skin of two patients with herpes gestationis was determined by using a peroxidase-antiperoxidase multistep technique. The tissue preparations can be stored for long periods of time and identical sections may be used for light and electron microscopic examination. The reaction products were seen throughout(More)
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