Reactivity of anti-D Immunoglobulin G Subunits

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IgG anti-A1 and IgM anti-B2 antibodies have been shown to bind by two binding sites to the surface of human group A and B cells respectively. I now report that IgG anti-D, on the other hand, only binds through one of the binding sites on the IgG molecule to Rh-positive red cells.

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HUGHES-JONES, N. Reactivity of anti-D Immunoglobulin G Subunits. Nature 227, 174–175 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1038/227174b0

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