Mary Jane Moore

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An unusual erythrocyte carbonic anhydrase C type isozyme tentatively designated as H has been found in American Negroes. It has an electrophoretic mobility near that of carbonic anhydrase B. In about 18% of the individuals studied the H isozyme replaces half of the normal C isozyme, and in about 1% of this population only the H isozyme is present.
A polyclonal anti-idiotype was raised in rabbits following immunization with a murine monoclonal antibody which recognized a 250,000 MW antigen of Plasmodium chabaudi-infected erythrocytes. The monoclonal antibody, NIMP M23 (clone 3,) has been shown to protect mice against homologous parasite challenge. Following purification, the anti-idiotype was shown to(More)
Immunobiological properties of guinea pig and human peritoneal macrophages were studied at temperatures ranging from 25 degrees C to 37 degrees C. Glass adherence, random migration, response to MIF and killing of Salmonella typhimurium and Saccharomyces cerevesiae by guinea pig macrophages were decreased with temperatures below 37 degrees C. Killing of(More)
A monoclonal murine antibody H3F5 directed to the a determinant of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) was used to raise several monoclonal anti-idiotypes. Cross-blocking experiments between the anti-idiotypes and the patterns of inhibition produced by a number of other monoclonal anti-HBsAg, generated in the same fusion as H3F5, identified three idiotopes(More)
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