Differences between plasma and synovial fluid fibronectin

@article{Scott1985DifferencesBP,
  title={Differences between plasma and synovial fluid fibronectin},
  author={David Lloyd Scott and Scott David Carter and J. S. Coppock and Mr. W. L. Robinson and Kenneth W. Walton},
  journal={Rheumatology International},
  year={1985},
  volume={5},
  pages={49-54}
}
Fibronectin is a high molecular weight glycoprotein of plasma and tissue fluids, and one of its functions is to opsonise particulate material. Chromatographic and electrophoretic analyses showed that the main components of fibronectin are biochemically similar in rheumatoid patients' plasma and synovial fluid. But synovial fluid fibronectin also contains a slow-moving component seen on two-dimensional immunoelectrophoresis, suggesting the presence of fibronectin complexes. Affinity… CONTINUE READING
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