Evolution of Specific Spectra of Immunological Responsiveness


INVESTIGATIONS are being carried out in this laboratory to examine the overall antigenic composition of cells and tissues by various immunological techniques. While preparing anticellular sera for immunodiffusion experiments, the following observations were made.

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BRAND, K. Evolution of Specific Spectra of Immunological Responsiveness. Nature 206, 1164–1165 (1965) doi:10.1038/2061164a0

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