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[Monoclonal antibodies to different antigens of skin epithelium obtained by immunizing mice with streptococcus group A antigens].
Monoclonal antibodies obtained by immunization of BALB/c mice with streptococcal group A protein antigens of the cellular wall, or with whole microbial cells reacted with epithelial cells, apparently, obtained as a result of polyclonal activation of the autoreactive clones by strePTococcal antIGens.
[The localization of structurally specific antigens in squamous cell skin cancer using monoclonal antibodies to epidermal antigens].
Specific characteristics of localization of structure-specific antigens (as compared with normal human skin) in squamous-cell skin cancer are discussed.
Monoclonal antibodies to various cutaneous epithelial antigens obtained by immunizing mice with streptococcal group a antigens
It has been confirmed as a result of obtaining MCAB that antibodies responding with cells of the basal epithelium of the skin and with the epithelia of the thymus are aimed at one determinant of the A polysaccharide and are autoantibodies.
Monoclonal autoantibodies to epithelial structures of the thymus obtained by immunization with group a streptococcal antigens
Both subpopulations of CFU-s (as 8-, as 11-day) from FL have a reduced index of SRD reparation as compared with the corresponding meanings for BM, which was lower than the ability of 8-day CF U-s.
Reaction of monoclonal A6/1 antibodies with the determinat antigen of tumor cell ultrastructures of epithelial tissues of epidermal type
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[Monoclonal antibodies cross-reacting with fibroblasts of interstitial connective tissue of the myocardium and cell wall protein antigens of group A Streptococcus].
It was stated that, MCA B6/5, reacting with fibroblasts and with streptococcal CRA, are capable to fix in the ICT of myocardium, what is typical for the phenomenon described in rheumatic fever.
[Monoclonal autoantibodies to different epithelial structures of the thymus gland obtained by the immunization with streptococcal group A antigens].
By the indirect immunofluorescence method it was shown to which epithelial thymus structures monoclonal antibodies reacting with the different epidermal structures are directed, which is regarded as the so called endocrinal epithelium.
[Reaction of monoclonal antibodies A 6/1 with the antigen determinant of ultrastructures of tumor cells in epidermal-type tegmental tissues].
Using indirect immunoenzyme assay and ultrathin sections, it was shown that antibodies against basal cell antigens react with tonofibril and desmosome filaments of squamous tissue carcinoma cells.
[Production of monoclonal antibodies to tissue-specific antigens of human skin epithelium].
The immunofluorescence tests on monoclonal antibodies to epidermal basal cell antigen showed them to engage cells only of tumors histogenetically associated with theEpidermal tegumental epithelium.
Monoclonal antibodies cross-reacting with fibroblasts of myocardial interstitial connective tissue and with group a streptococcal cell wall protein antigens
The solution to this problem is interesting because a similar phenomenon, namely the discovery of heterophilic antibodies, and not of autoantibodies, in sera and of bound immunoglobulins in the myocardial ICT, has been described in rheumatic fever.