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PBS-soluble substances with blood group activity from human epidermis and dermis






Acta Dermato-Venereologica 57(6): 493-496

PBS-soluble substances with blood group activity from human epidermis and dermis

Phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) soluble extracts of human epidermis and dermis from secretor donors contain products with blood group antigenic activity. The predominant blood group in a sample was the same as the red cell phenotype of the donor. H substance activity was present in all PBS-soluble products (from A, B and O donors). By gel filtration chromatography on a Bio-Gel A-1.5 m column; the epidermal and dermal PBS-soluble blood group substances fractionate in the void volume.

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PMID: 73322



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