Sex differences in urine--sex differences in urine and urine stains of pregnant women

Ikemoto, S.; Minaguchi, K.; Suzuki, K.

Bulletin of Tokyo Dental College 18(4): 201-206

1977


ISSN/ISBN: 0040-8891
PMID: 275006
Accession: 006406760

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Abstract
Estriol antibody was obtained by use of estriol-protein conjugates as antigens. With this specific antibody, immunological detection of E3 was made by hemagglutination inhibition test. In urine samples from women who were 10-42 wk pregnant the detection rate was 90%. In urine stains of these samples the rate was 78%. [Forensic use of the antibody in sex determination was discussed.].