Anti-idiotypic antibodies against the kinin receptor.


Three sets of monoclonal antibodies against bradykinin (MBK1, MBK2, and MBK3) were generated by somatic cell fusion, characterized by their peptide specificity, and compared with the known ligand specificity of the kinin receptor subtypes. By these criteria, the paratope of MBK3 resembled the B2 receptor binding site, whereas MBK1 shared principal binding… (More)


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@article{Haasemann1992AntiidiotypicAA, title={Anti-idiotypic antibodies against the kinin receptor.}, author={Martina Haasemann and J Buschko and Alexander Faussner and A. A. Roscher and Johan Hoebeke and Ronald M. Burch and Werner M{\"{u}ller-Esterl}, journal={Agents and actions. Supplements}, year={1992}, volume={38 ( Pt 1)}, pages={497-512} }