The Fate of Antigen (protein) in an Animal Immunized against It

Abstract

When proteins such as horse serum or crystalline egg albumin which have been selected because they produce the phenomena of immunity are introduced into a normal animal they diffuse widely in the tissue, enter the blood stream, and are disseminated throughout the body. The same substances introduced into an immune animal are fixed at the site of entry and… (More)

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