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Structures of blood group glycosphingolipids of human small intestine. A relation between the expression of fucolipids of epithelial cells and the ABO, Le and Se phenotype of the donor.
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Small intestinal epithelial cells (enterocytes) were isolated from specimens obtained at operation from four human individuals with different blood group ABO, Lewis, and secretor phenotypes and the expression of the major blood group glycolipids was in agreement with the A BO,Lewis, andsecretor phenotype of the individual donors. Expand
Basic biochemistry of cell surface carbohydrates and aspects of the tissue distribution of histo-blood group ABH and related glycosphingolipids.
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This communication gives a condensed description of the present knowledge of the tissue-specific distribution of histo-blood glycolipids in humans. Expand
Structural characterization of α1,3‐galactosyltransferase knockout pig heart and kidney glycolipids and their reactivity with human and baboon antibodies
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Structural characterization of α1,3‐galactosyltransferase knockout pig heart and kidney glycolipids and their reactivity with human and baboon antibodies is described. Expand
Glycosphingolipid composition of epithelial cells isolated along the villus axis of small intestine of a single human individual.
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A 6-cm fresh proximal ileum surgical specimen from a blood group A(1)Le(a-b+) secretor individual was used for stepwise isolation of epithelial cells from villus tip to crypt bottom and this human intestinal sample is the only epithelial cell preparation where both protein- and lipid-linked saccharides are characterized in detail. Expand
Immunoperoxidase versus immunofluorescence in the assessment of human renal biopsies.
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It is documented that for the detection of IgG, IgA, and C3c, IP applied to protease-digested deparaffinized sections of formaldehyde-fixed renal tissue is, with few exceptions, equal to IF on frozen sections. Expand
Preoperative radiotherapy and extracellular matrix remodeling in rectal mucosa and tumour matrix metalloproteinases and plasminogen components
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A radiation-induced effect on selected ECM remodeling proteases is indicated, which may be responsible for early and late morbidity in rectal mucosa and rectal tumour extracellular matrix patients. Expand
Specificity of binding of a strain of uropathogenic Escherichia coli to Gal alpha 1----4Gal-containing glycosphingolipids.
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A strain of Escherichia coli originally isolated from urine of a patient with acute pyelonephritis was studied in detail for binding to glycosphingolipids and showed a bend in the saccharide chain at this disaccharide with a largely hydrophobic surface of the convex side. Expand
Multicenter Evaluation of a Novel Endothelial Cell Crossmatch Test in Kidney Transplantation
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XM-ONE is quick, easy to perform on whole blood samples and identifies patients at risk for rejection and reduced graft function not identified by conventional lymphocyte crossmatches. Expand
ABO‐incompatible live donor renal transplantation using blood group A/B carbohydrate antigen immunoadsorption and anti‐CD20 antibody treatment
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The results of the first 14 cases of ABO‐incompatible LD renal transplantation using specific anti‐A/B antibody (Ab) immunoadsorption (IA) and anti‐CD20 monoclonal Ab (mAb) treatment are reported. Expand
Glycosphingolipids of human large intestine: detailed structural characterization with special reference to blood group compounds and bacterial receptor structures.
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No reactivity was seen in the epithelial cell fraction with Gal alpha 1-4Gal specific Escherichia coli, anti-Pk, orAnti-P antibodies, indicating the absence of the glycolipid-borne Gal alpha 2-3Gal sequence in human large intestinal epithelial cells. Expand
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