The immune response in humans and rabbits to monomeric and polymeric grass allergens

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The antigenicity of polymerized grass (PG) and monomer grass (MG) was studied. As compared with MG, PG produces a similar immunologic response in rabbits as demonstrated by a tanned red blood cell (TRBC) passive hemagglutination assay or by total serum binding of perennial rye grass Group I antigens (RGGI). Six patients with allergic rhinitis sensitive to… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00915972

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@article{Hendrix1982TheIR, title={The immune response in humans and rabbits to monomeric and polymeric grass allergens}, author={Stephen G. Hendrix and Roy Patterson and Chester Raymond Zeiss and Irena M. Suszko}, journal={Journal of Clinical Immunology}, year={1982}, volume={2}, pages={10-14} }