Experientia

, Volume 32, Issue 9, pp 1197–1199

Pregnancy specificβ 1 — a product of the syncytiotrophoblast

Authors

  • C. H. W. Horne
    • Department of PathologyUniversity Medical Buildings
    • Department of ZoologyUniversity of Aberdeen
    • Behrin gwerke AG
  • C. M. Towler
    • Department of PathologyUniversity Medical Buildings
    • Department of ZoologyUniversity of Aberdeen
    • Behrin gwerke AG
  • R. G. P. Pugh-Humphreys
    • Department of PathologyUniversity Medical Buildings
    • Department of ZoologyUniversity of Aberdeen
    • Behrin gwerke AG
  • A. W. Thomson
    • Department of PathologyUniversity Medical Buildings
    • Department of ZoologyUniversity of Aberdeen
    • Behrin gwerke AG
  • H. Bohn
    • Department of PathologyUniversity Medical Buildings
    • Department of ZoologyUniversity of Aberdeen
    • Behrin gwerke AG
Specialia Haematologica, Immunologica

DOI: 10.1007/BF01927624

Cite this article as:
Horne, C.H.W., Towler, C.M., Pugh-Humphreys, R.G.P. et al. Experientia (1976) 32: 1197. doi:10.1007/BF01927624

Summary

Pregnancy specific β1 (PSβG) has been identified in vitro in trophoblast cultures and in vivo, using transmission electron microscopy, in the syncytiotrophoblast, PSβG may, like other pregnancy proteins, have immunosuppressive properties.

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© Birkhäuser Verlag 1976