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KENDALL, Forrest E.

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  • 2576.01

A quantitative study of the precipitin reaction between Type III pneumococcus polysaccharide and purified homologous antibody.

J. exp. Med., 50, 809-23, 1929.

Heidelberger and Kendall adapted the precipitin reaction to permit the quantitative measurement of antibody and antigen. This established the principle of quantitative immunochemistry.