Parathyroid Hormone in Human Plasma: IMMUNOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.

@article{Segre1972ParathyroidHI,
  title={Parathyroid Hormone in Human Plasma: IMMUNOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.},
  author={Gino V. Segre and Joel Francis Habener and Dennis Powell and Geoffrey W. Tregear and John T. Potts},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1972},
  volume={51 12},
  pages={3163-72}
}
Antigenic recognition of four anti-bovine parathyroid hormone antisera was characterized by their reactivity with bovine hormonal fragments (1-34, 1-13, 14-34, 19-34, 53-84) and human hormone extracted from parathyroid adenomas. All antisera were found to have antibody populations which recognized more than one antigenic determinant and all antisera differed in their specificity and reactivity for the fragments of bovine hormone. By modification of two antisera, GP-1 and GP-133, by… CONTINUE READING

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