isoferritins

isoferritins

the several forms in which ferritin occurs.
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Serum ferritin and isoferritins are tools for diagnosis of active adult Still's disease.
Quantitation of ferritin by radioimmunoassays is reported to be affected considerably by immunological differences between isoferritins as well as by the nature of the anti-ferritin antibodies [121.
Production of specific, polyclonal antibodies to the acidic isoferritins found in heart and erythrocytes requires both the injection of acidic isoferritins (prepared by fractionation of heart ferritin) and absorption of the antiserum with spleen or liver ferritin to remove the antibodies to L subunits [15].