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Direct immunofluorescent in elphantiatic skin

Direct immunofluorescent in elphantiatic skin

Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 14(2): 543-545

No immune complexes were detected in skin biopsies of 18 of 20 elephantiasis patients by direct immunofluorescence (antihuman immunoglobulins, C3 and C4). In 2 cases there were traces of IgG and C3 in the wall of a few capillaries. Circulating immune complexes were detected in all the patients.

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