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Abstract

Surface washings were prepared from cultures of fungi grown on agar slants and the wash components were fractionated by gel-filtration HPLC. A range of low- glycoproteins (< 10000) were detected in all the washes, and in some species several high- glycoprotein components (> 150000) were also present. The HPLC analyses indicated species-specific different in the profiles. Regions of specific antigenicity within profiles were detected by monoclonal antibodies.

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