1986
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.122.1.48
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LDA-1 monoclonal antibody. An excellent reagent for immunofluorescence mapping studies in patients with epidermolysis bullosa

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“…On histologic grounds no distinction can be made between CT, P and B (Butler et al 1986, Fine & Gay 1986, Fine 1986). All three types exhibit similar light microscopic and electron microscopic features, and the immunofluorescent mapping studies are identical (Butler et al 1986, Fine 1986).…”
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“…On histologic grounds no distinction can be made between CT, P and B (Butler et al 1986, Fine & Gay 1986, Fine 1986). All three types exhibit similar light microscopic and electron microscopic features, and the immunofluorescent mapping studies are identical (Butler et al 1986, Fine 1986).…”
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“…Three autosomal dominant inherited types of dystrophic EB are known, namely the Cockayne-Touraine type (CT), the Pasini type (P) and Bart's syndrome (B) (Gedde-Dahl & Anton-Lamprecht 1983, Butler et al 1986). in dystrophic EB the blistering occurs in the superficial dermis, below the basement membrane (Eady & Tidman 1983, Kero & Niemi 1986. Irnmunofluorescent mapping studies show antibodies against bullous pemphigoid antigen, laminin, type IV collagen and LDA-1 antigen in the roof of the blisters (Kero 1984, Haber et al 1985, Butler et al 1986, Fine & Gay 1986 Table 2 Clinical features of the patients in the studied family 1984, Haber et al 1985. Both are associated with scarring, milia and nail dystrophy.…”
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