Differential distribution of immunoreactive S100-alpha and S100-beta proteins in normal nonnervous human tissues.


Differential distribution of alpha-subunit (S100-alpha) and beta-subunit (S100-beta) of S100 protein in nonnervous tissues was studied by employing the indirect peroxidase-labeled antibody method with monospecific antibodies to human S100-alpha or bovine S100-beta. It became clear that S100-alpha and S100-beta were more widespread than previously reported… (More)


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