Ben Z. Rappaport

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When Coons, Creech, and Jones in 1941 (1) described the conjugation of antibodies with fluorescent dye they introduced a research tool which has become increasingly important in immunologic studies. The original technique they described, now frequently termed the "direct method," involves the staining of antigen with its specific fluorescent antibody. The(More)
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