Nobel prizewinner's authoritative account of critical experiments carried out by himself and others on antigens and serological reactions with simple compounds. Topics include studies in hypersensitivity to chemical allergens and work on "haptens," crucial to modern immunochemistry. Exceptionally bro... read more
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Nobel prizewinner's authoritative account of critical experiments carried out by himself and others on antigens and serological reactions with simple compounds. Topics include studies in hypersensitivity to chemical allergens and work on "haptens," crucial to modern immunochemistry. Exceptionally broad coverage of basic immunology. Extensive bibliography.
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