Carbohydrates Adsorbed on Colloids as Antigens


Evidence is here given that polysaccharides can be rendered antigenic by haptogenic adsorption upon a colloid carrier. The polysaccharides studied were those of B. anthracis, the meningococcus, Streptococcus viridans (Bargen), B. proteus, S. morgani, B. dysenteriae, both the Shiga and Hiss types, and the pneumococci. With the polysaccharide of Type III… (More)


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