PMID: 5914754Aug 19, 1966

Antibody formation in nonimmune mouse peritoneal cells after incubation in gum containing antigen

A E Bussard


Peritoneal cells from normal mice in a semisolid medium containing sheep erythrocytes were incubated at 37 degrees C for 2 or 3 days. During this period, hemolytic antibodies developed spontaneously. Arguments are presented that true de novo synthesis of antibody has taken place in previously uncommitted cells.


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