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#6696950   1984/04/12 Save this To Up

Entrapment of a highly specific antiprogesterone antiserum using polysiloxane copolymers.

Antiprogesterone antiserum was entrapped within a polysiloxane copolymer prepared from a 3:1 mixture of tetraethoxysilane and 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane monomers. 400 microliters of this monomer mixture entrapped 70 mg of the 140 mg of immunoglobulins which were added, and the protein could not be washed from the highly stable copolymer which formed. Approximately half of the entrapped antiprogesterone antiserum was found to retain progesterone binding capacity with an apparent Ka equal to that of free antiserum in solution and was insensitive to effects of pH between 3 and 7. These preliminary observations and the unique chemistry of polysiloxane polymer formation suggest that such polymers may be useful in the entrapment of proteins for a variety of applications.

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#6811341   1982/12/03 Save this To Up

Ability of implants of polymer-entrapped antiprogesterone antiserum to absorb and deplete progesterone from serum of the pregnant rat.

A highly specific antiprogesterone antiserum (APA) produced by immunization of sheep with an 11 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone hemisuccinate-thyroglobulin conjugate was purified, and the IgG fraction was entrapped within a polysiloxane matrix. The matrix immobilized APA but allowed penetration and binding of progesterone (P) to the APA. In this entrapped form APA implanted intraperitoneally in rats on the tenth day of pregnancy resulted in a decline in serum P from 50 to 12 ng/ml within 12 hours and to less than 2 ng/ml within 36 hours. Free serum P measured by equilibrium dialysis fell to less than 0.2 ng/ml at 36 hours. Concomitant with the decline in serum P was a rise in both serum luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and eventual fetal resorption.

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