Cholera toxin B subunit-binding and ganglioside GM1 immuno-expression are not necessarily correlated in human salivary glands.

@article{Kirkeby2014CholeraTB,
  title={Cholera toxin B subunit-binding and ganglioside GM1 immuno-expression are not necessarily correlated in human salivary glands.},
  author={Svend Kirkeby},
  journal={Acta odontologica Scandinavica},
  year={2014},
  volume={72 8},
  pages={694-700}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine and compare the presence and in situ localization of the glycosphingolipid ganglioside GM1 in human salivary glands using the biomarkers for GM1: cholera toxin and antibodies against GM1. MATERIALS AND METHODS Immunohistochemical analyses were performed on sections of adult human submandibular, parotid and palatinal glands using cholera toxin sub-unit B and two polyclonal antibodies against ganglioside GM1 as biomarkers. RESULTS Immunofluorescence microscopy showed… CONTINUE READING

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