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Anti-peptide Antibodies: Some Practical Considerations

  • Thomas M. Shinnick
  • Richard A. Lerner

Abstract

The observation that antibodies to almost any region of a protein can be induced by a short peptide corresponding to that region has led to the development of a general technology for producing protein-reactive antibodies as well as generating novel insights into the structure of proteins in solution.

Keywords

Intact Protein Peptide Immunogen Mouth Disease Virus Antipeptide Antibody Putative Gene Product 
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  • Thomas M. Shinnick
  • Richard A. Lerner

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