Binding of soluble immune complexes to human glomerular complement receptors

Foidart, Jacqueline B.; Salmon, Jacques P.; Berthoux, François J.; Mahieu, Philippe
March 1979
Kidney International;Mar1979, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p303
Academic Journal
Focuses on binding of soluble immune complexes to human glomerular complement receptors. Glomerular deposition of antigen-antibody complexes; GCR binding activity measured in the presence of serum samples from patients presenting with presumed immune complex- mediated glomerular diseases.


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