Incidence of anti-DNA idiotype-positive cells in human peripheral blood


Human anti-DNA idiotype (Id)-bearing cells in peripheral blood were sought using mouse monoclonal anti-Id antibodies to human monoclonal anti-DNA antibodies. Pretreatment with acid pH or pronase P or preincubation in human serum-free medium markedly decreased the number of anti-Id-reactive cells. Pronase P-treated cells were able to bind to anti-Id once… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00918663


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