Precipitating Cross-Reactions Among Pneumococcal Types
In this article, Heidelberger reviewed data on cross-reactions between 46 of the over 80 pneumococcal types identified by
then, with particular focus on determining why some of the cross-reactions were reciprocal (meaning that antibodies formed
against two or more different pneumococcal polysaccharide antigens reacted with the other antigens in this group as well)
while others were only unilateral (meaning that while an antibody formed against one pneumococcal antigen reacted with another
such antigen as well, the latter's antibodies did not react with the former antigen).
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1983-09 (September 1983)
Periodical: Heidelberger, Michael. "Precipitating Cross-Reactions Among Pneumococcal Types." Infection and Immunity 41, 3 (September
1983): 1234-1244. Article. 11 Images.
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