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    ISSN: 1432-1440
    Keywords: Lebercirrhose ; Kollagen ; Immunfluorescenz ; Liver cirrhosis ; Collagen ; Immunofluorescence
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Description / Table of Contents: Summary Pepsin solubilization of small and large noduled liver cirrhosis yielded two types of collagen (precipitated at 1.7 and 2.5 M NaCl concentrations) as demonstrated by electronmicroscopy. The 1.7 M NaCl precipitate was identified as type III collagen using an immunofluorescence technique. The 2.5 M NaCl precipitate appeared to be type I in the electronmicroscope. However, immunofluorescent and biochemical studies indicated that it was not type I but a type of collagen not yet described.
    Notes: Zusammenfassung Aus klein- und grobknotiger Lebercirrhose durch Pepsinbehandlung gelöstes Kollagen enthält zwei Kollagentypen (1,7 M und 2,5 M NaCl Präcipitat). Immunfluorescenzmikroskopisch konnte Kollagen Typ III, das dem 1,7 M NaCl Präcipitat entspricht, nachgewiesen werden. Das 2,5 M NaCl Präcipitat erscheint elektronenmikroskopisch als Typ I. Dagegen zeigen immunfluorescenzmikroskopische und biochemische Befunde, daß es sich hierbei nicht um Kollagen Typ I handelt, sondern um einen bisher noch nicht beschriebenen Kollagentyp.
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