Accession Number : ADA955929
Title : Study of 'Penicillin' Antibodies by Fluorescence Polarization and Immunodiffusion,
Corporate Author : CORDIS CORP MIAMI FL
Personal Author(s) : Halbert, S. P. ; Dandliker, W. B. ; Florin, M. C. ; Alonso, R. ; Shapiro, H. C.
Report Date : 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 64
Abstract : It has been shown that human allergic responses following administration of penicillin are usually correlated with the presence of circulating antibodies to derivatives of this antibiotic. The careful chemical studies by Levine et al de Weck and Parker have shown that these antibodies are most often directed against the penicilloyl determinant group, although other determinants may sometimes be involved. Antigenicity appears to be conferred upon this molecule following its in vivo conjugation with proteins derived from tissues. Keywords: U/A Reports, Penicillin, Antibodies, Fluorescence polarization, Immunodiffusion, Pharmacology, Biochemistry. (jg)
Descriptors : *ANTIBODIES, *FLUORESCENCE, *PENICILLINS, *PHARMACOLOGY, *POLARIZATION, ANTIGENS, BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, DIFFUSION, IMMUNITY, IN VIVO ANALYSIS, PROTEINS.
Subject Categories : Pharmacology
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Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE