Binding of canine IgM and IgG to protein A of Staphylococcus aureus: a simple method for the isolation of canine immunoglobulins from serum and the lymphocyte surface.

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The binding of normal canine serum IgG and IgM to staphylococcal protein A is described. Virtually all (greater than 99%) of IgG and up to 90% of IgM could be removed from canine serum, utilizing this phenomenon. The nature of the bound material was confirmed by immunodiffusion in agar, radioimmunoassay, and sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel… (More)

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@article{Warr1979BindingOC, title={Binding of canine IgM and IgG to protein A of Staphylococcus aureus: a simple method for the isolation of canine immunoglobulins from serum and the lymphocyte surface.}, author={Gregory W. Warr and I. R. Hart}, journal={American journal of veterinary research}, year={1979}, volume={40 7}, pages={922-6} }