Human Decidua‐Associated Protein (hDP) 200 Identified as a Monoclonal Rheumatoid Factor Is Not an Acute Phase Reactant

@article{Halperin1997HumanDP,
  title={Human Decidua‐Associated Protein (hDP) 200 Identified as a Monoclonal Rheumatoid Factor Is Not an Acute Phase Reactant},
  author={R. Halperin and D. Schneider and R. Maymon and I. Bukovsky and E. Hadas},
  journal={American Journal of Reproductive Immunology},
  year={1997},
  volume={37}
}
PROBLEM: The role of human decidua associated protein (hDP) 200, identified as a monoclonal rheumatoid factor, has not been determined yet. This study examines if this protein, being an immunoglobulin, participates in the inflammatory processes involving the uterus. 
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Whether ectopic pregnancy is associated with increased levels of human decidua‐associated protein (hDP) 200, identified as a monoclonal rheumatoid factor, in the related fallopian tube as compared with normal tubes is examined. Expand
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