Circulating fibronectin in burned patients.

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Plasma and serum fibronectin levels were determined in a serial study of 24 non-septic burned patients by means of the passive haemagglutination test and electroimmunoassay. The results showed a consistent pattern of observed changes: a decrease of circulating fibronectin in the initial (first 72 hours post-burn), and during post-operatyive period (usually… (More)

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