Epidermal and dermal distribution of a myelomonocytic antigen (L1) shared by epithelial cells in various inflammatory skin diseases.

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The L1 antigen is a major cytosol component of human granulocytes that may also be expressed by macrophages and epithelial cells. Its epidermal and dermal occurrence was investigated in formalin-fixed routine biopsy material from eleven different inflammatory skin disorders. Localization was performed with a rabbit antiserum to L1 applied in an unlabeled… (More)

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@article{Gabrielsen1986EpidermalAD, title={Epidermal and dermal distribution of a myelomonocytic antigen (L1) shared by epithelial cells in various inflammatory skin diseases.}, author={Trygve O. Gabrielsen and Inge Dale and P E R Brandtzaeg and P S Hoel and Magne Kristoffer Fagerhol and Trevor Larsen and Per O. Thune}, journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology}, year={1986}, volume={15 2 Pt 1}, pages={173-9} }