[Influence of sound and enzyme treatment on antigenic properties of human erythrocytes. II. Enzyme treatment].

@article{Mhlfeld1975InfluenceOS,
  title={[Influence of sound and enzyme treatment on antigenic properties of human erythrocytes. II. Enzyme treatment].},
  author={J M{\"u}hlfeld and Volkmar Sachs},
  journal={Blut},
  year={1975},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={289-94}
}
Erythrocytes of group 0 cde/cde successively treated with bromelin and beta-glucuronidase (DFE) react not only with antibodies (anti-DFE) contained in the IgM-fraction of each human serum but also with Rh-specific antibodies of the IgG-fraction of anti-Rh-sera. This indicates, that the enzyme treatment makes accessible two different possibly crossreacting structures. Since anti-DFE is contained in the IgM-fraction of all human-sera, the antigenic determinant reacting with anti-DFE is considered… CONTINUE READING