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Polyaminostyrene Purified Chicken Antibodies

Naturevolume 214pages422423 (1967) | Download Citation



SEVERAL workers have used polyaminostyrene (PAS)-antigen complexes for the purification of mammalian sera1. We have attempted to use this method to purify chicken antibodies to either beef serum albumen (BSA) or Bryan strain Rous sarcoma virus (BS-RSV) for use in the reversed bisdiazobenzidme technique2, a method of passive haemagglutination which detects antigen.

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  1. Houghton Poultry Research Station, Houghton, Hunts

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