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Lipoproteins and free plasma catecholamines in spinal cord injured men with different injury levels.
Persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) are especially prone to atherogenesis. This is partly explained by an unfavourable lipoprotein profile in these individuals. The impairment of the sympatheticExpand
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Catecholamines response of high performance wheelchair athletes at rest and during exercise with autonomic dysreflexia.
Autonomic dysreflexia presents a special situation in high-lesion spinal cord injury, however, intentionally or self-induced autonomic dysreflexia directly before or during competition to increaseExpand
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[Pulsatile insulin secretion into the portal vein in liver cirrhosis].
To characterize the pulsatile liberation of pancreatic hormones, blood was taken from the portal vein of four patients (three men, one woman; aged 65-71 years) with alcoholic (n = 3) or posthepatiticExpand
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Evaluation of a solid-phase monoclonal antibody-based enzyme immunoassay for insulin in human serum.
A 'sandwich-type' enzyme immunoassay for the measurement of serum insulin is described in which a monoclonal antibody-alkaline phosphatase conjugate and an antibody-immobilized polystyrene solidExpand
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Recognition of Human Insulin and Proinsulin by Monoclonal Antibodies
High-affinity monoclonal antibodies (MAB) were obtained from lymph node cell fusions. Affinities ranging from 0.8 × 109 L/M to 5.2 ×109 L/M were calculated from binding studies with monoiodinatedExpand
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Specificity of Monoclonal Anti-Human Insulin Antibodies
To define the specificity and epitope of five monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs) to human insulin, binding studies with artificially modified insulins and a number of native insulins were done. EpitopesExpand
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A time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay for human insulin based on two monoclonal antibodies.
The insulin time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay (TRFIA) described here is a 'sandwich type' immunoassay using two monoclonal antibodies recognizing different epitopes of insulin. One of the antibodies isExpand
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A new and rapid method for immunoglobulin class and subclass determination of mouse monoclonal antibodies using a solid-phase immunoradiometric assay.
A solid-phase immunoradiometric assay is described for the detection of mouse immunoglobulin classes and subclasses in unpurified and unconcentrated supernatants of hybridomas. IgG fractions fromExpand
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Insulin and Anti-Insulin Antibody Interaction: Evidence for the Formation of 7 S and 10 S Structures
The clearing of monoclonal and polyclonal and antiinsulin antibodies from homogenous solutions at 100,000 × g was used to estimate the size of soluble insulin-antibody complexes at physiologicExpand
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Maturation of Immune Response to Insulin: Recruitment of New Epitopes by Antibodies
Guinea pigs were immunized with regular insulin in Freund's adjuvant weekly (N = 6) or with NPH insulin daily (N = 10). The concentrations, the affinities, and the sizes of the insulin-immunoglobin GExpand
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