Chemotherapy of trypanosome and spirochete infections. Chemical series. I. N-phenylglycineamide-p-arsonic acid.J. exp. Med., 30, 411-15, 1919.
Introduction of tryparsamide.
Subjects: PHARMACOLOGY › Chemotherapy
The soluble specific substance of pneumococcus.J. exp. Med., 38, 73- 79; 40, 301-16, 1923 – 1924.
Heidelberger, Avery, and their colleagues made a chemical study of the antigenic constituents of the pneumococcus, separating the polysaccharide antigens.
Subjects: IMMUNOLOGY, INFECTIOUS DISEASE
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.