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“…No transport was seen in pIgR-MDCK cells, demonstrating that transport of pIgA is receptor-mediated. There was no significant difference in the transport of IgG across pIgR+ or pIgR-MDCK monolayers, in accord with its inability to bind to the polymeric-immunoglobulin receptor (21,22 (Fig. 1), it was not detected by immunofluorescence ( Fig.…”
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“…No transport was seen in pIgR-MDCK cells, demonstrating that transport of pIgA is receptor-mediated. There was no significant difference in the transport of IgG across pIgR+ or pIgR-MDCK monolayers, in accord with its inability to bind to the polymeric-immunoglobulin receptor (21,22 (Fig. 1), it was not detected by immunofluorescence ( Fig.…”
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“…Although transcytosis of dimeric IgA is deficient in these mice, IgA is detectable in the lumen, albeit at significantly reduced levels compared to those in WT mice. The presence of IgA in the lumen is likely due to asialoglycoprotein expression on hepatocytes, which can transport serum IgA into bile (41). Additionally, pIgR Ϫ/Ϫ mice are deficient in secretory IgA, and the epithelial barrier may be compromised to a larger extent than that in WT mice after primary infection and rechallenge.…”
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“…Because of this structural pre-requisite, the absence or enzymatic removal of the otherwise terminal sialic acid is essential for effective binding of IgA1. Indeed, human IgA1 myeloma proteins and polyclonal human IgA1 are removed promptly from the circulation after enzymatic cleavage of terminal sialic acid (32,80,81).…”
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