The Chemistry of Antigens and Antibodies


    IN 1934, the Medical Research Council published, “for the assistance of workers in the field”, a report on the chemistry of antigens and antibodies prepared by Prof. J. R. Marrack. The widespread interest in this report, not only of workers in the subject, but also of many others interested in biochemistry, has led to the decision to revise it in the light of discoveries made during the last four years, and the task has again been entrusted to Prof. Marrack.

    The Chemistry of Antigens and Antibodies

    By J. R. Marrack. (Medical Research Council, Special Report Series No. 230.) Pp. 194. (London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1938.) 3s. net.

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    The Chemistry of Antigens and Antibodies. Nature 142, 316 (1938).

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