Maternofoetal Transmission of Immunoglobulins: The Proceedings of a Symposium on Transmission of Immunoglobulins from Mother to Young

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W. A. Hemmings
CUP Archive, Mar 25, 1976 - Medical - 461 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Biological activities located within the Fc region
7
Cell surface membrane interactions in reproductive physiology
25
Immunological studies of immunoglobulins from
47
The binding of IgG to human placental membranes
61
Levels of IgG subclasses IgA IgM and tetanus antitoxin
77
The attachment of IgG to cell components of transporting
91
Protein binding by cell membranes and the selective transfer
113
Effect of maternal antiimmunoglobulin antiallotypic antibody
261
Role of maternal antibody causing immunosuppressive
273
Natural and immune antibodies in newborn infants and mothers
291
Molecular specificity in serum antigen transfer to mouse
299
Quantitative studies on the passage of protein into unimplanted
313
Studies on the transmission of bovine IgG across the intestine
325
Intestinal transmission of IgG subclasses in suckling rats
341
Globulin transmission by the gut in young rats and the effects
359

The role of IgGspecific cell surface receptors in IgG transport
123
Intestinal transport of peroxidaseconjugated IgG fragments
137
Mechanism of protein transport across the rabbit yolk
155
Selective uptake and intracellular digestion of protein by
169
transfer
179
Cell biological processes involved in transport of matter across
201
The effect of cellular and humoral immunity on
225
The effect of antibodies to afoetoprotein on the rabbit foetus
233
On the transfer of afoetoprotein from the foetus into
243
Manipulations of mouse embryos to study the role of maternal
253
The effect of amino acids on immunoglobulin transport in
371
Functional changes in the brush border surface of the newborn
381
Intestinal absorption of colostral IgA antiis coli antibodies
397
Some factors influencing immunoglobulin transfer in sheep
409
Foetal intestinal absorption of protein and radioiron in utero
417
The fate of antired blood cell antibodies injected into
431
Selective transfer and catabolism of IgG in the ruminant
437
Conclusion
449
Index
455
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