Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 36 by Herbert E. Spiegel (Eds.)

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By Herbert E. Spiegel (Eds.)

For greater than thirty years, this serial has broadened the technical scope and extended the medical base of medical chemistry. those volumes make clear the parts of molecular biology and informatics and the tracking of physiological parameters in severe events as they pertain to medical chemistry. every one quantity of Advances in scientific Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy contains references.

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Because of the amino acids in proteins, they have amphoteric propertites and will be positively charged at pH values below their isoelectric point (Ip) and negatively charged at pH values above their isoelectric point. This means that proteins will migrate toward their IpH. Under the influence of the electrical force, the pH gradient will be established by the carrier ampholytes, and the protein species will migrate and focus at their IpH. The proteins will thus concentrate at the position where pH = IpH.

0 region in polyacrylamide gel after protein separation by isoelectric focusing. It was observed in the CSF of multiple sclerosis patients that the intrathecally synthesized viral antibodies of IgG and IgM classes possess oligoclonal characteristics, whereas IgA antibodies appeared to be polyclonal (M3). The presence of oligoclonal free kappa and lambda chains in CSF is a sensitive indication for recent antigenic immune response within the central nervous system, comparable with IgM. The detection of oligoclonal free kappa chains in CSF supports the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

Less frequently, it is also possible to observe the presence of lipophages. They are observed during an acute attack of the disease when demyelinization of the white matter takes place and are phagocytosed by lipophages. With regard to the usually larger number of elements in cerebrospinal fluid during an acute attack, there is a greater probability of detection of lipophages in cytological specimens. Special staining methods must be used to demonstrate the initial forms of lipophages. In multiple sclerosis patients who are receiving intrathecal administration of corticoids or cytostatic drugs, the cytological appearance is significantly changed.

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