Comparison between ‘IgY technology’ from chickens and ‘IgG technology’ from mice for production of tailor-made antibodies

@inproceedings{Krief2002ComparisonB,
  title={Comparison between ‘IgY technology’ from chickens and ‘IgG technology’ from mice for production of tailor-made antibodies},
  author={Alain Krief and Jean-Jacques Letesson and Denis Billen},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Antibodies collected from chickens immunized towards a β-ketoalcohol, key intermediate in the synthesis of chrysanthemic acid, which have been shown to possess similar behavior to those elaborated from mice, offer the enormous advantages of no bleeding and access to large quantities of antibodies by easy extraction of the yolk of the eggs.