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The normal microbial flora as a major stimulus for proliferation of plasma cells synthesizing IgA in the gut. The germ-free intestinal tract.
Crabbé PA, Bazin H, Eyssen H, Heremans JF. Crabbé PA, et al. Among authors: heremans jf. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1968;34(4):362-75. doi: 10.1159/000230130. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1968. PMID: 4176641 No abstract available.
Intestinal mucosa as a source of serum IgA in the rat.
Nash DR, Heremans JF. Nash DR, et al. Among authors: heremans jf. Immunochemistry. 1972 Apr;9(4):461-4. doi: 10.1016/0019-2791(72)90316-3. Immunochemistry. 1972. PMID: 5034304 No abstract available.
Quantitative and immunohistochemical studies on dog's immunoglobulins.
Vaerman JP, Crabbé PA, Nash DR, Heremans JF. Vaerman JP, et al. Among authors: heremans jf. Prog Immunobiol Stand. 1970;4:193-8. Prog Immunobiol Stand. 1970. PMID: 4098262 No abstract available.
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