A Family Study of Pernicious Anaemia: II. INTRINSIC FACTOR SECRETION, VITAMIN B12 ABSORPTION AND GENETIC ASPECTS OF GASTRIC AUTOIMMUNITY

@article{Wangel1968AFS,
  title={A Family Study of Pernicious Anaemia: II. INTRINSIC FACTOR SECRETION, VITAMIN B12 ABSORPTION AND GENETIC ASPECTS OF GASTRIC AUTOIMMUNITY},
  author={A. Wangel and S. Callender and G. Spray and R. Wright},
  journal={British Journal of Haematology},
  year={1968},
  volume={14}
}
  • A. Wangel, S. Callender, +1 author R. Wright
  • Published 1968
  • Medicine
  • British Journal of Haematology
  • Summary A good but not absolute correlation between the presence of the gastric parietal cell antibody and impairment of gastric secretion was observed in the relatives of patients with pernicious anaemia. By analogy, although the majority of relatives without the antibody secreted normal amounts of acid and of intrinsic factor nearly one‐fifth secreted unexpectedly small amounts of intrinsic factor. 
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