The influence of maternal immunization on the antibody response of the offspring in genetically high-responding rats.

Abstract

Immunization of high responding PVG female rats with poly(Glu52Lys33Tyr15) agrregated with methylated bovine serum albumin was associated with a decreased ability of their offspring to make an antibody response to the antigen. The amount of antigen given to the mothers was important in determining the magnitude of the antibody production in the offspring… (More)

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