Cross-reactive antigens and lectin as determinants of symbiotic specificity in the Rhizobium-clover association.

@article{Dazzo1975CrossreactiveAA,
  title={Cross-reactive antigens and lectin as determinants of symbiotic specificity in the Rhizobium-clover association.},
  author={Frank B. Dazzo and D. H. Hubbell},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={1017-33}
}
Cross-reactive antigens of clover roots and Rhizobium trifolii were detected on their cell surfaces by tube agglutination, immunofluorescent, and radioimmunoassay techniques. Anti-clover root antiserum had a higher agglutinating titer with infective strains of R. trifolii than with noninfective strains. The root antiserum previously adsorbed with noninfective R. trifolii cells remained reactive only with infective cells, including infective revertants. When adsorbed with infective cells, the… CONTINUE READING
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