volume 138, issue 2, P373-380 1973
DOI: 10.1084/jem.138.2.373
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Abstract: Antisera have been prepared against the major nonimmunoglobulin component of secondary and familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) associated amyloid which has been called A component or acid soluble fraction (ASF). The antisera were shown to be monospecific for ASF by precipitation of 125I-labeled antigen and gave a reaction of identity with four different ASF preparations. The antisera were able to detect a circulating component in human serum that migrated in the α1-globulin region. This circulating component ga…

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