The binding of muscle antibodies to skeletal muscle was studied by immunofluorescence techniques. The non-specific fluorescence was not significantly reduced by absorption of the conjugate by tissue powder but was abolished by counterstaining with a 0·1% Evans blue. Possible explanations for this effect are discussed. By this method, immunofluorescence may become more useful in the demonstration of muscle antibodies.
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