Involucrin-like proteins in non-primates.

Abstract

A monoclonal and two polyclonal antibodies to human involucrin were used to look for involucrin epitopes in other species. All antibodies react strongly with the same proteins of monkey, and both polyclonal antibodies react with specific proteins of cow and dog. One of the polyclonal antibodies also reacts with proteins of sheep, guinea pig, rat, and… (More)

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@article{Kubilus1990InvolucrinlikePI, title={Involucrin-like proteins in non-primates.}, author={Joseph Kubilus and S. B. Phillips and M A Goldaber and Joseph C Kvedar and Helge Baden}, journal={The Journal of investigative dermatology}, year={1990}, volume={94 2}, pages={210-5} }