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Gastrin Antibodies: Induction, Demonstration, and Specificity
Science
  • D. R. Schneider
  • G. L. Endahl
  • Matthew C. Dodd
  • J. E. Jesseph
  • Nancy J. Bigley, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • R. M. Zollinger
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-21-1967
Abstract
Antibodies to the antral hormone gastrin have been induced in the rabbit and detected by passive hemagglutination. Specificity of the antibody, as determined by three methods, is directed to gastrins I and II, gastrin pentapeptide, and gastrin tetrapeptide, as well as to the stage-1 gastrin used for immunization.
DOI
10.1126/science.156.3773.391
Citation Information
D. R. Schneider, G. L. Endahl, Matthew C. Dodd, J. E. Jesseph, et al.. "Gastrin Antibodies: Induction, Demonstration, and Specificity" Science Vol. 156 Iss. 3773 (1967) p. 391 - 392 ISSN: 0036-8075
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