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Meeting Abstracts. Recent Developments in 1,3-beta-Glucan Biology: Proceedings of the 5th Glucan Symposium Tokyo, December 8, 2006.

- Mediators Inflamm. (2007)

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Comparison of reactivity of human immunoglobulin (polyglobin N × 1000) to various antigen-coated plates. CSBG = Candida solubilized cell wall β-glucan, ASBG = Aspergillus solubilized cell wall β-glucan , GRN = Grifolan from G. frondosa, LPS = lipopolysaccharide.
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fig6-3: Comparison of reactivity of human immunoglobulin (polyglobin N × 1000) to various antigen-coated plates. CSBG = Candida solubilized cell wall β-glucan, ASBG = Aspergillus solubilized cell wall β-glucan , GRN = Grifolan from G. frondosa, LPS = lipopolysaccharide.

Mentions: All sera and globulins tested contained anti-BGAb. There was a tenfold or higher variation in anti-BG titer between values from different individuals but there was no significant difference between sampling occasions. Human normal immune globulin showed higher reactivity to Candida solubilized BG (CSBG), a long β-1,6-linked glucan chain attached to the β-1,3-glucan chain from Candida albicans [8] and Aspergillus solubilized BG (ASBG), mainly composed of β-1,3-glucan from Aspergillus niger [9]. There was only a weak immune globulin response to GRN and 6-branched β-1,3-glucan from the mushroom Grifola frondosa [10] (Figure 3).


Meeting Abstracts. Recent Developments in 1,3-beta-Glucan Biology: Proceedings of the 5th Glucan Symposium Tokyo, December 8, 2006.

- Mediators Inflamm. (2007)

Comparison of reactivity of human immunoglobulin (polyglobin N × 1000) to various antigen-coated plates. CSBG = Candida solubilized cell wall β-glucan, ASBG = Aspergillus solubilized cell wall β-glucan , GRN = Grifolan from G. frondosa, LPS = lipopolysaccharide.
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fig6-3: Comparison of reactivity of human immunoglobulin (polyglobin N × 1000) to various antigen-coated plates. CSBG = Candida solubilized cell wall β-glucan, ASBG = Aspergillus solubilized cell wall β-glucan , GRN = Grifolan from G. frondosa, LPS = lipopolysaccharide.
Mentions: All sera and globulins tested contained anti-BGAb. There was a tenfold or higher variation in anti-BG titer between values from different individuals but there was no significant difference between sampling occasions. Human normal immune globulin showed higher reactivity to Candida solubilized BG (CSBG), a long β-1,6-linked glucan chain attached to the β-1,3-glucan chain from Candida albicans [8] and Aspergillus solubilized BG (ASBG), mainly composed of β-1,3-glucan from Aspergillus niger [9]. There was only a weak immune globulin response to GRN and 6-branched β-1,3-glucan from the mushroom Grifola frondosa [10] (Figure 3).

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