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Repeated influenza virus infection induces the production of dominantly IgG2a-type virus-specific antibodies as well as the appearance of IgG2a-reactive autoantibodies in BALB/c mice characterized by low spontaneous rheumatoid factor-type autoantibody production. IgG2a-reactive autoantibody-producing hybridomas could be isolated from the spleen of influenza(More)
Repeated intranasal infection of Balb/c mice with A/PR/8 influenza virus induced an intense antiviral IgG response dominated by the IgG2a subclass, and accompanied by the appearance of IgG2a reactive autoantibodies. Cells producing IgG2a reactive autoantibodies could then be cloned as hybridomas from the virus infected animals. Monoclonal antibodies(More)
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