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SUBCLASSES OF HUMAN IG G MOLECULES DIFFERING IN HETEROLOGOUS SKIN SENSITZING PROPERTIES.
Notation for human immunoglobin subclasses.
Electrophoretic heterogeneity of the polypeptide chains of human G-myeloma proteins.
SUBCLASSES OF HUMAN GAMMA-2-GLOBULIN BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN THE HEAVY POLYPEPTIDE CHAINS.
Genetic factors and polypeptide chain subclasses of human immunoglobulin G detected in chimpanzee serums.
Studies on human IgD. II. The lack of skin sensitizing and complement fixing activities of immunoglobulin D.
Notation for human immunogobulin subclasses.
GM and INV factors in subclasses of human IgG.
Antigenic structure of gamma-E-globulin and reaginic antibody.
Immunoglobulin E. A new class of human immunoglobulin.
Isolation and characterization of electrophoretically homogeneous rabbit antihapten antibody populations. 3. NH 2 -terminal light chain sequence analyses of focused anti-p-azophenyltrimethylammonium and anti-p-azobenzenearsonate antibody fractions.
The transformation of human lymphocytes by monkey antisera to human immunoglobulins.
Implications of heavy chain disease protein sequences for multiple gene theories of immunoglobulin synthesis.
Immunoglobulin E: a new class of human immunoglobulin.
Structural studies of immunoglobulin E. II. Amino terminal sequence of the heavy chain.
Human monoclonal gamma G-cryoglobulins with anti-gamma-globulin activity.
Amyloid fibril proteins: proof of homology with immunoglobulin light chains by sequence analyses.
The association of hereditary gamma globulin (a) activity with a fragment of human gamma globulin produced by papain digestion.
Studies on human peripheral blood lymphocytes in vitro. V. Biosynthesis of immunoglobulins.