Studies on Antibacterial Immunity Induced by Artificial Antigens : Ii. Immunity to Experimental Pneumococcal Infection with Antigens Containing Saccharides of Synthetic Origin.

Abstract

1. Azoproteins containing structurally isomeric aldobionic acids evoke in rabbits antibodies which are both serologically and immunologically specific. 2. Antigens containing the azobenzyl glycosides of the synthetic gentio-biuronic and glucuronic acids evoke in rabbits antibodies which confer passive immunity on mice against infection with multiple lethal doses of virulent Type II pneumococci.

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@article{Goebel1940StudiesOA, title={Studies on Antibacterial Immunity Induced by Artificial Antigens : Ii. Immunity to Experimental Pneumococcal Infection with Antigens Containing Saccharides of Synthetic Origin.}, author={Walther F. Goebel}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, year={1940}, volume={72 1}, pages={33-48} }