Idiotypic Specificity as a Probe for Investigating Persistence and Changes in Clones of Cells Producing Immunoglobulins
In this article we will review recent work, from other laboratories as well as our own, on the persistence during extended immunization of antibody molecules of a given idiotypic specificity. We will first discuss some of the basic concepts underlying these experiments.
KeywordsAntibody Population Myeloma Protein Antiidiotypic Antibody Idiotypic Determinant Antihapten Antibody
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