An immunocolloid method for the electron microscope.

Abstract Text

A quantitative estimation of plasma methaemalbumin can be useful. In pancreatitis, it usually indicates severe and haemorrhagic disease, and is thus of prognostic importance, as well as indicating the need for the full therapeutic regime for conservative management of the disease. It may be helpful diagnostically in some patients with pancreatitis in whom it remains elevated after the serum amylase has returned to normal.Raised levels may indicate laparotomy in patients in whom the diagnosis of pancreatitis is considered but who are not responding to conservative measures. Such patients may occasionally be suffering from intestinal infarction or other surgically remediable condition.However, it has been found that the level of methaemalbumin in the plasma may be raised above the upper limit of the normal range of 5.5 mg% in occasional cases of gastrointestinal bleeding and soft tissue trauma and is not always raised in haemorrhagic pancreatitis.

Authors :-, ,


Mesh Headings :-


Chemical List :-, , , , , ,



2016-08-31 21:35:13

Click download button below to get the free An immunocolloid method for the electron microscope. link to pdf of abstract on your facebook profile.

Download Server - Asia Download Server - America Download Server - Europe Download Server - Australia
Citation:- Faulk WP, Taylor WP, .An immunocolloid method for the electron microscope. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1081-3 DOI:



Details of Journal

Journal Title - Immunochemistry

ISSN - 0019-2791

Volume - 8

Issue - 11

Publish date - 1971-Nov

Language - eng

Country - ENGLAND


SHARE PLEASE -
Read More Similar Articles

Measurements of concentrations of human serum immunoglobulins.

Faulk WP, Taylor WP, .Measurements of concentrations of human serum immunoglobulins. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()991-3 DOI:.......

Read More

Ovodov S, Gorshkova S, Tomshich S, .Chemical and immunochemical studies on Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis lipopolysaccharides. I. Isolation and general characterization. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()10.......


Structural characteristics of mouse IgA myeloma proteins: comparison of MPC-I and X5647.

Jaquet H, .Structural characteristics of mouse IgA myeloma proteins: comparison of MPC-I and X5647. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1061-9 DOI:.......

Read More

Enzymic and immunochemical properties of lysozyme. V. Derivatives modified at lysine residues by guanidination, acetylation, succinylation or maleylation.

Habeeb AF, Atassi AF, .Enzymic and immunochemical properties of lysozyme. V. Derivatives modified at lysine residues by guanidination, acetylation, succinylation or maleylation. Immunochemistry 1971-N.......

Read More

Ultrastructure of the Fc fragment of human immunoglobulin G.

Pinteric L, Painter L, Connell L, .Ultrastructure of the Fc fragment of human immunoglobulin G. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1041-5 DOI:.......

Read More

Immunochemical isolation of vaccinia-virus antigens.

Birkbeck TH, Stephen TH, .Immunochemical isolation of vaccinia-virus antigens. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1029-39 DOI:.......

Read More

Enzymatic breakdown of Fab fragment by a cathepsin-rich subcellular fraction.

Ghetie V, Motas V, .Enzymatic breakdown of Fab fragment by a cathepsin-rich subcellular fraction. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1021-8 DOI:.......

Read More

The reaction of monomeric and aggregated immunoglobulins with C1.

Augener W, Grey W, Cooper W, Müller-Eberhard W, .The reaction of monomeric and aggregated immunoglobulins with C1. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1011-20 DOI:.......

Read More

Electron microscopy studies of complex of proteocin D52 Proteus mirabilis and antibody.

Kretova AF, Popova AF, Tikhonenko AF, .Electron microscopy studies of complex of proteocin D52 Proteus mirabilis and antibody. Immunochemistry 1971-Nov;8()1007-10 DOI:.......

Read More