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Homoreactant: A Naturally Occurring Autoantibody in Rabbits

William J. Mandy and Lucy C. Kormeier
Science
New Series, Vol. 154, No. 3749 (Nov. 4, 1966), pp. 651-652
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1719064
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Abstract

Homoreactant, a factor found in the serum of every normal rabbit tested thus far, reacts specifically with buried antigenic determinants on the Fab-fragment of papain-digested autologous and homologous γ G-globulin. It appears that rabbits normally produce naturally occurring autoantibodies.

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