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A sensitive method for characterization of oligoclonal immunoglobulins in unconcentrated cerebrospinal fluid


, : A sensitive method for characterization of oligoclonal immunoglobulins in unconcentrated cerebrospinal fluid. Journal of Neurochemistry 36(5): 1872-1874

Although isoelectric focusing has been used to demonstrate the presence of oligoclonal IgG in the CSF, the technique has not allowed detection of oligoclonal IgG in unconcentrated CSF. A new technique is reported, by which unconcentrated CSF is separated by isoelectric focusing, and the IgG bands are then detected by radioimmunofixation. Samples as small as 20 microliters may be used.

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