Nov 1, 1975

Effect of adsorbents on IgM and IgG measles antibodies

Acta Virologica
I Polna, J Aleksandrowicz

Abstract

Sera from rabbits immunized with L-16 measles virus absorded with monkey blood cells; kaolin and blood cells; and MnCl2 and heparin were examined in haemagglutination inhibition (HI) and neutralization tests. Kaolin and MnCl2 adsorbed primarily HI IgM antibodies from the early immunization period. The adsorbents used had no influence on HI and neutralization IgG antibodies. Human convalescent serum gave similar results, i.e. only IgG antibodies were found and they were not affected by kaolin and MnCl2 with heparin.

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Chloride Ion Level
Manganese
Antibodies, Viral
Liquaemin
Adsorption
Antibody Formation
IgM2
Edmonston virus
Polyglobin
Kaolinite

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