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Sera of 4208 schoolchildren in Ulm and surrounding areas (1916 boys, 2292 girls; mean age 13.9 [7-21] years) were analysed for the presence of cytoplasmatic islet-cell antibodies (ICA). ICA were demonstrated in 44 children (1.05%). Complement-fixing ICA (CF-ICA) were found in six of them, insulin autoantibodies (IAA) in seven. The early phase of insulin(More)
By using an immunoprecipitation assay, we analysed reactivity of autoantibodies to human recombinant GAD65 and GAD67 in sera from patients with autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome Type II (APS II) with and without Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus (IDDM) compared to patients with organ-specific autoimmunity. Overall antibodies to GAD65 were(More)
  • N. Yassin, BIN MOHD YUSOF, TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA, HAFIZAH BTE NGAJIKIN, Hafizah binti Ngajikin
  • 2015
Due the increase number of patients in proteinuria diseases in Malaysia, one of effective means to detect this disease is by testing the amount of protein in urine by using spectrophotometer. There are some literally problems while implementing a portable spectrophotometer due to its efficiency of the optical source and photo detector. In this research,(More)
A prospective study of a normal childhood population identified 44 islet cell antibody positive individuals. These subjects were typed for HLA DR and DQ alleles and investigated for the presence of antibodies to the Mr 64,000 (64K) islet cell antigen, complement-fixing islet cell antibodies and radiobinding insulin autoantibodies to determine their potency(More)
Out of a random population of 4208 non-diabetic pupils without a family history of Type I diabetes 44 (1.05%) individuals had islet cell antibody (ICA) levels greater or equal to 5 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF) units. 39 of these ICA-positives could be repeatedly tested for circulating insulin autoantibodies (CIAA) using a competitive radiobinding(More)
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic autoantibodies, which are now considered reliable serological markers of acute necrotizing vasculitic diseases, were measured in 11 patients with acute necrotizing pancreatitis and 12 patients with acute interstitial pancreatitis. When tested by indirect immunofluorescence, none of the sera was positive for diffuse cytoplasmic(More)
Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus is a T-cell mediated autoimmune disease with a number of different proteins being implicated as target autoantigens. A 38 kDa protein residing in the insulin secretory granule of insulinoma tissue is recognized by T-cell clones from a newly-diagnosed Type 1 diabetic patient. We have investigated the capacity of(More)
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