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Summary

. In-vitro culture of in liquid or solid media supplemented with bovine blood or serum resulted in non-immune binding of immunoglobulin (Ig) by the organism. This binding was independent of the antigen-combining site of the Ig molecule, since binding of an IgG preparation specific for the hapten dinitrophenol was unaffected by the presence of the homologous antigen. Quantitative comparison of the binding of Ig fragments Fab and Fc demonstrated that the non-immune binding occurred in the Fc region of bovine IgG. The isotypes of Ig that became bound to included both bovine IgG subclasses (IgG and IgG), which were bound equally, and bovine IgM.

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1988-08-01
2019-10-24
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