The influence of immunoglobulin on the development of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection in an immunocompromised mouse model.

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Pretreatment with normal immunoglobulin G (normal IgG) isolated from human placental blood, in secondary immune deficiency after anaesthesia, surgery and corticosteroid therapy seems to be an effective protection against bacterial infection in clinical practice. For this purpose, we tried to verify the effectiveness of normal IgG in prevention of bacterial… (More)

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@article{JupaMarcinkowski1985TheIO, title={The influence of immunoglobulin on the development of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection in an immunocompromised mouse model.}, author={V Jupa-Marcinkowski and M C Mynard and Bernard Danve and Peter Schmitz}, journal={Journal of biological standardization}, year={1985}, volume={13 3}, pages={235-42} }