R Bourillon

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A new antigen was isolated from human tissue extracts. By immunofluorescence it was found only in granulocytic cells both in the cytoplasm and on the surface of these cells. It is an alpha-globulin having a molecular weight of approximately 47,000. It is unglycosylated and does not bind to various lectins. Due to its electrophoretic mobility and its(More)
Lectin binding on the cell surface was measured by the method of Kornfeld [16] using three tritiated lectins: Robinia pseudo acacia, Concanavalin A and Ricinus. It has been shown that the number of binding sites for Robinia and Con A decreases after the establishment of a leukaemic cell line, whereas the affinity constant increases for Robinia. The(More)
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