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The antigen detected by the rat anti-mouse monoclonal antibody (m Ab), anti-BSP-3, has been initially described as a brain cell-surface protein. Evidence is presented that this m Ab recognizes mouse (Na+ + K+)-ATPase (ATP phosphohydrolase, E.C.3.6.1.3). The antigen, purified from mouse brain by means of affinity chromatography, migrated in(More)
The aminopeptidase A of the porcine intestinal brush-border membrane has been purified following solubilization by trypsin (p-form) or Emulphogen (d-form). Full purification of d-amino-peptidase A required the use of anti-impurities immunoabsorbant chromatography. The d-amino-peptidase A constitutes about 4% of the total proteins of the membrane, compared(More)
The detergent and protease forms of rabbit intestinal aminopeptidase N were purfied for chemical investigations and future specific immunological labeling of the enzyme in situ. The purification of the detergent form required a special technique called 'reverse immunoabsorbant chromatography'. The specific activity of the detergent form finally obtained was(More)
By a slight modification of the procedure described by Gratecos et al. (Gratecos, D., Knibiehler, M., Benoit, V. and Sémériva, M. (1978) Biochim. Biophpys. Acta 512, 508-524), the basolateral and brush border membranes of rabbit enterocytes have been purified concomitantly from the same aliquot of mucosa. The two types of membrane have been obtained with(More)
HLA class I and class II (HLA-DR (human I-E equivalent) and DQ (human I-A equivalent] antigens were localized by immunofluorescence technique on thin frozen sections of normal human jejunum using a panel of monomorphic monoclonal antibodies. HLA class I (A, B and C) and HLA-DR molecules were found in the basolateral membrane of enterocytes; HLA-DR were also(More)
The cellular and subcellular localizations of annexins I, II, VI and XIII in the rabbit intestine, liver and pancreas were studied by performing immunofluorescence labeling on thin frozen tissue sections using specific monoclonal antibodies. The expression of annexins was found to be finely regulated. Annexins XIII and I were expressed exclusively in the(More)
The cellular and subcellular localizations of annexins I, IV, and VI in the rabbit tracheal and alveolar epithelia were studied by performing immunofluorescence labeling on thin frozen sections of these tissues, using specific monoclonal antibodies. Annexin I was highly expressed by ciliated cells, where it was concentrated in the cilia but was also present(More)