Plasma immunoglobulin levels in newborn infants of different race groups in the Western Cape
Van Rijswijk A.W.
Van Niekerk C.H.
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The cord blood levels of IgG, IgA and IgM in newborn white, coloured and black infants in the Western Cape were measured using a nephelometric technique. A statistically significant difference was found between the IgG values in the different population groups, but no significant difference was found in IgA and IgM values.
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