Structural Basis of Antibody Specificity
Immunologic methods for steroid determination depend on the ability of antibodies directed against a steroid determinant group to react preferentially with that particular steroid. The specificity of the reaction depends on a complementary fit of the combining site of the antibody with the steroid of interest.
KeywordsLight Chain Nitro Group Individual Animal Maleic Anhydride Antibody Molecule
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