Leonhard Korngold

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A study was made of the cellular origin of human immunoglobulins (gamma(2), gamma(1M), gamma(1A)). The results indicated that two closely related families of cells form immunoglobulins in human lymphoid tissue: germinal (reticular) centers and plasma cells. Thus their cellular origin in addition to their known antigenic relations further justifies placing(More)
Highly purified pathological macroglobulins, which had been characterized electrophoretically and in the ultracentrifuge, were studied by the Ouchterlony gel diffusion technique. These macroglobulins were shown to be antigenically related to normal gamma(1)-macroglobulin (19S) as well as the 7S gamma-globulins. The pathological macroglobulins differ among(More)