Quantitative Absolute Methods in the Study of Antigen-Antibody Reactions
After giving an exhaustive survey of the immunochemical literature since Paul Ehrlich and Jules Bordet, Heidelberger in this
survey article offered a detailed description of his development of the quantitative precipitin method, which for the first
time allowed the accurate measurement of the absolute weight of even minute quantities of specific polysaccharides and of
proteins in immune precipitates.
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Periodical: Heidelberger, Michael. "Quantitative Absolute Methods in the Study of Antigen-Antibody Reactions." Bacteriological
Reviews 3, (1939): 49-95. Article. 47 Images.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Antigens and Antibodies: Heidelberger and The Rise of Quantitative Immunochemistry, 1928-1954