Location of immunoglobulins in the skin of cattle and sheep.

Abstract

The pattern of distribution of immunoglobulins (Ig) found within the skin of cattle and sheep was the same in both species. IgA was detected mainly in the sweat gland duct and in the intercellular spaces of the living epidermis. IgG was also located at the latter site but was found in greater amounts throughout the dermis and in the endothelium of the blood… (More)

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@article{Lloyd1979LocationOI, title={Location of immunoglobulins in the skin of cattle and sheep.}, author={D. H. Lloyd and Damian Jenkinson and R{\'e}mi Mabon}, journal={Research in veterinary science}, year={1979}, volume={26 1}, pages={47-52} }