PMID: 6154766May 1, 1980

Structural correlates of cross-reactive and individual idiotypic determinants on murine antibodies to alpha-(1 leads to 3) dextran

The Journal of Experimental Medicine
B ClevingerJ M Davie

Abstract

For the first time V-region amino acid sequence differences have been correlated with the expression of cross-reactive and individual idiotypes through an analysis of 12 dextran-binding proteins. This correlation has been possible because of the apparent sequence identity of the corresponding lambda chains. Expression of a cross-reactive idiotype was localized to two residues and/or a carbohydrate in the second hypervariable region of the heavy chain. Two individual idiotypes correlate with the two amino acids within the third hypervariable region that comprises the D segment of the dextran-binding proteins. These results demonstrate that idiotype reagents can recognize two amino acid differences within V and D segments of classical variable regions. In anti-dextran antibodies, cross-reactive idiotypes involve V-region determinants, whereas individual idiotype determinants correlate with D-segment variation.

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