Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 20th, 2005
"We have shown recently that polyclonal human milk sIgA contains a subfraction of Abs tightly bound to unusual minor milk lipids containing sialic acid. Here, we show that a small subfraction of milk IgG is tightly bound to the similar or the same minor lipids," wrote D.V. Gorbunov and colleagues, Russian Academy of Science.
"The ability of small fractions of sIgA and IgG from human milk to phosphorylate selectively two minor lipids in the presence of gamma-P-32-nucleoside triphosphates was shown here for the first time...
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