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Electrophoresis B. Immunoelectrophoresis C. Radial Immunodiffusion D. Other Tests IV. Evaluation of Test Results V. Conclusions References 21 23 27 27 28 28 29 30 35 36 I. Introduction There are few if any cells in the body that lend themselves as readily to precise biochemical analysis as the plasma cells and lympho­ cytes. This favored position is largely due to the fact that each clone of cells secretes a single homogeneous protein, which constitutes often more than 20% of its total synthetic product, and that the type of protein pro1 This work was supported by USPHS Grants #AM 02594 and AM 01431 and the Helen and Michael Schaffer Fund.

IgG2 molecules do not fix to heterologous skin and are unable to elicit the phenomena of passive cutaneous anaphy­ laxis and reverse passive cutaneous anaphylaxis. IgG3 molecules do not react with staphylococcal protein A, a reaction the biological significance of which is still poorly understood. Finally, IgG subclasses differ in their metabolic behavior: IgG3 is more rapidly catabolized than the other three subclasses. Its biological half-life is 7 days compared to about 21 days for IgGl, IgG2, and IgG4.

Urine κ BJP + Proteinuria — D. Urine Y HCD r K \ Fig. 3. Electrophoretic (top pattern in each panel) and immunoelectrophoretic pattern of urine; (A) κ Bence-Jones proteinuria (BJP); (B) κ BJP + diffuse pro­ teinuria; (C) λ BJP; (D) 7 heavy chain disease. ) the basis of these laboratory findings. However, because of the occasional examples of myeloma proteins with hidden L chains, it is best to attempt to isolate the protein and characterize it further as regards molecular weight and other properties.

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