Identification of antibodies to acidic antigens by counterimmunoelectrophoresis.


As it happens, our own deductions were not materially affected by the application of any single parameter. Whether expressed in terms of relative bone mass (as in our paper) or absolute bone mass (cross-sectional cortical area), the results in our osteoarthritic patients showed the same trend: a slight increase above the normal means for males and no significant increase in females. This is predictable from straightforward values for the external width (D) and

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@article{Bernstein1982IdentificationOA, title={Identification of antibodies to acidic antigens by counterimmunoelectrophoresis.}, author={Robert M. Bernstein and Christopher C. Bunn and G R V Hughes}, journal={Annals of the rheumatic diseases}, year={1982}, volume={41 5}, pages={554-5} }