Studies on the immunoglobulin-G Fc-fragment receptor from neonatal rat small intestine.

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1. A method for preparing the small-intestinal brush-border membrane of neonatal rats is described in which enzymic methods are used to remove associated polysaccharide and cell nuclei. 2. 125I-labelled IgG (immunoglobulin G) and 125I-labelled IgG Fc fragment have high specific binding and low non-specific binding to brush borders prepared in this way. F(ab… (More)

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@article{Wallace1980StudiesOT, title={Studies on the immunoglobulin-G Fc-fragment receptor from neonatal rat small intestine.}, author={Kathleen H Wallace and Anthony R. Rees}, journal={The Biochemical journal}, year={1980}, volume={188 1}, pages={9-16} }