Antibody formation: stimulation by polyadenylic and polycytidylic acids.

Abstract

Complexes of polyadenylic and polyuridylic acids, or of polycytidylic acid and methylated bovine serum albumin, enhance the early rate of increase in numbers of antibody-forming spleen cells in mice immunized with sheep red blood cells or other particulate antigens. Polyadenylic and polycytidylic acids, respectively, appear to be the source of the critical… (More)

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@article{Braun1967AntibodyFS, title={Antibody formation: stimulation by polyadenylic and polycytidylic acids.}, author={W. Braun and M. Nakano}, journal={Science}, year={1967}, volume={157 3790}, pages={819-21} }