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Chemical and histochemical methods were used to compare the epithelial glycoproteins from formalin-fixed surgical specimens of normal human large intestine, colonic tumours, ulcerative colitis and(More)
Chemical analyses, together with histochemical assessments, were carried out on specimens of adenocarcinoma of the colon and histologically normal colonic epithelium (from resection margins from(More)
Procedures are described for the isolation and identification of epithelial glycoproteins from formalin fixed, paraffin embedded specimens of human large intestine. The side chain O-acetylation(More)
Rabbits fed freely with a 1% aqueous solution of degraded carrageenan developed a progressive colitis characterized after five days by severe inflammation and mucosal ulceration of the caecum.(More)