The antigenic composition of scarlatinal streptococcus culture filtrates as demonstrated by diffusion-precipitin analysis
Northwestern University, 1953 - Medical - 95 pages
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B Ouchterlony Analysis
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absorbed serum agar albumin alcohol anti antibody concentration antibody level antigen and antibody antigen concentration antigen constant antigen solutions antigen-antibody antiserum antitoxin apparent assay Bacteriology behaviour bovine buffered saline centration coalesce complex concentrations of antigen culture filtrate determined dialysis Dick toxin difference diffusion coefficient diffusion-precipitin diluent duplicate tubes employed enzymes equivalence ratio erythrogenic toxin evidence experimental factors flocculation globulin heart infusion Hemolytic Streptococcus HIA antigen HIA zone hypothesis identity Immunol immunological indicated interpretation isobars Jennings Jour M2 protein material meniscus minimum number molecule multispecific antigen Northwestern University number of antigens number of zones observed obtained Ouchterlony Oudin tube ovalbumin pervaporation possible precipitin systems preparation present principles produce prosthetic group protein proteose peptone Q substance rabbit rate of migration reagents reported represented rheumatic fever rheumatogenic saline scarlet fever serum albumin serum diluted skin test streptococcal temperature tion values zone of precipitate