Unitary v. plural conception of antilipid antibody in syphilitic serum.

Abstract

The conception of complement-fixing antibody put forward by Ehrlich (1898, 1900) is that it has two receptors (one cytophilic and one complementophilic) and that the reaction between the antigen and antibody is not complete until complement has acted upon them. According to him this complement-fixing antibody is a receptor of the third order, and, as such… (More)

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