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Problems of the Origin of the Anodic Part of Cerebrospinal Fluid Gamma-G-globulins in Inflammatory Affections of the Central Nervous System

Naturevolume 214pages524525 (1967) | Download Citation



IMMUNOELECTROPHORETIC investigation of the cerebrospinal fluid in inflammatory affections of the central nervous system (CNS) reveals an elongation and thickening of the anodic part of the cerebrospinal fluid gamma-G-globulins* especially in the inflammatory or demyelinizing processes of the course from subacute to chronic.

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    • O. KOLÁŘ

    Present address: Indiana University Medical Center, Division of Neuropathology, 1100 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis


  1. Clinic of Neurology, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czechoslovakia

    • O. KOLÁŘ


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