Jack C. Tippett

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Sensitization of rabbits with bovine albumin and the cross-reactive antigen, egg albumin, increased the rate of bovine albumin elimination following its intravenous administration. Elimination of this antigen was complete in 7 and 10 days respectively instead of approximately 2 weeks as in unsensitized normal animals. The peak incidence of allergic tissue(More)
This study was undertaken to determine the effect of prior sensitization on the removal of antigen and the development of allergic lesions in animals receiving a single large intravenous injection of foreign protein. When a purified protein such as crystallized bovine albumin is injected intravenously into normal rabbits, it is cleared from the blood in a(More)
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