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European Respiratory Journal
A series of monoclonal antibodies which bind to a mucin known as M1 (anti-M1 MAbs) have also been shown to detect the product of the human gene MUC5AC. The aim of this investigation was to determine the concentration of the M1 mucin in the surface epithelium of human bronchial preparations by means of immunohistochemistry and in the bronchial fluid derived from human airways by means of an immunoradiometric assay. Human bronchial ring preparations from the resection material of 20 patients weredoi:10.1183/09031936.99.14239699 fatcat:xb6jrae4xjar3du6bkebjj7vdi