Cationization of protein antigens. IV. Increased antigen uptake by antigen-presenting cells.

Abstract

Cationization of BSA generates a molecule that mounts antibody responses of increased magnitude and duration and induces T cell proliferation at concentrations 500 times less than native BSA (nBSA). To explain the alteration in immunogenic properties of this Ag, the uptake of nBSA and cationized BSA (cBSA) by splenic APC has been investigated. T cell… (More)

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