Thymus-independent immunogenicity in vitro of the divalent antigen DNP-polyethylene oxide.

@article{Peacock1983ThymusindependentII,
  title={Thymus-independent immunogenicity in vitro of the divalent antigen DNP-polyethylene oxide.},
  author={Jeffrey S Peacock and Jonathan Bush and Henry Krakauer and Jean Hiernaux and Charles DeLisi and B. George Barisas},
  journal={Cellular immunology},
  year={1983},
  volume={79 2},
  pages={220-31}
}
Chemically simple and physically well-defined dinitrophenyl derivatives of polyethylene oxide (DNP-PEO) can be prepared in a wide range of forms and sizes. These materials were used to investigate the molecular basis of immunogenicity and the binding of the antigens to membrane-bound receptors. Both di- and multivalent DNP-PEO activate normal murine B… CONTINUE READING