Hypersensitivity to bacteria in eczema

@article{Parish1976HypersensitivityTB,
  title={Hypersensitivity to bacteria in eczema},
  author={W. E. Parish and E. Welbourn and R. H. Champion},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={1976},
  volume={95}
}
  • W. E. Parish, E. Welbourn, R. H. Champion
  • Published 1976
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • British Journal of Dermatology
  • The amounts of agglutinating antibody to staphylococcal and micrococcal phenol‐extracted (probably teichoic acids) and protein antigens, prepared from Baird Parker types SI, SIV and Ml, were no greater in eczematous than in control persons. Most antibody to phenol‐extracted antigens was IgM which frequently activated complement to lyse red cells which had adsorbed the bacterial antigen. IgG antibody against phenol‐extracted staphylococcal antigen (Staph. aureus, Baird Parker type SI) was shown… CONTINUE READING
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