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1. Brief DetTnitive Report THE ACUTE-PHASE RESPONSE IN (NZB x NZW)F1 AND MRL/1 MICE Contrasting Patterns Resembling those in Human Systemic Lupus

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2. Eukaryote ribosomes possess a binding site for concanavalin A.

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3. Release from Density-Dependent Inhibition of Growth in the Absence of Cell Locomotion


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4. Plant agglutinins used to distinguish between different classes of mouse lymphocytes.


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5. Fibronectin-Cleaving Activity in Bronchial Secretions of Patients with Cystic Fibrosis


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6. Anti-neutrophil elastase defense of the normal human respiratory epithelial surface provided by the secretory leukoprotease inhibitor.

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7. Reaction of lectins with human erythrocytes. IV. Details of adsorption and desorption of con a.


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8. Increased levels of two distinct elastase-like hydrolases in plasma during septicemia


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9. The acute-phase response in (nzb x nzw)f1 and mrl/l mice. Contrasting patterns resembling those in human systemic lupus erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis, respectively.


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10. Plasma levels of inhibitor-bound leukocytic elastase in rheumatoid arthritis patients


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