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September 1986

Incorrect Legend

Arch Dermatol. 1986;122(9):1037. doi:10.1001/archderm.1986.01660210087024

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In the article entitled "Dermatitis Herpetiformis: Cutaneous Deposition of Polyclonal IgA1," published in the April 1986 Archives (1986;122:418-420), an error appeared on page 420 in the legend to Fig 2. The legend should have read as follows: "Indirect immunofluorescence testing for IgA subclasses in dermatitis herpetiformis lesion, case 1. Top left, Anti-IgA polyclonal antibodies. Characteristic deposition of IgA is noted along the dermoepidermal junction, most prominent in papillary tips. Top right, Anti-IgA2 monoclonal antibody. No fluorescence is apparent. Bottom left, Anti-IgA1 monoclonal antibody. Deposition of IgA1 noted along dermoepidermal junction similar to pattern and intensity of total, top left figure (top left, top right, and bottom left, original magnification ×40)."

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