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Immunoglobulins and secretory component in the external secretions of foals with combined immunodeficiency



Immunoglobulins and secretory component in the external secretions of foals with combined immunodeficiency



Infection and Immunity 19(2): 695-698



Nasal washings and tears were collected from seven Arabian foals with combined immunodeficiency and nine normal foals. The major immunoglobulin in the external secretions of normal foals over 2 months of age was secretory immunoglobulin A, whereas foals with combined immunodeficiency lacked this immunoglobulin. The external secretions of both normal and immunodeficient foals contained free secretory component at birth.

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