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Anti-actin antibodies revealed by counter-immunoelectrophoresis. Relation to smooth muscle antibodies and bile canalicular antibodies.
  1. H Diederichsen,
  2. K Riisom

    Abstract

    In investigations by counter-immunoelectrophoresis, anti-actin antibodies were found in 59% of patients with chronic hepatitis and in 8% of patients with non-hepatic diseases and normal blood donors. Anti-actin antibodies were found more frequently in patients with hepatitis and IgG smooth muscle antibodies than in other groups of diseases and normal subjects with IgG smooth muscle antibodies. Anti-actin antibodies showed no correlation with bile canalicular antibodies.

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