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J Immunol. 1976 Oct;117(4):1079-84.

Genetic control of the immune response in rats to the known sequential polypeptide (Tyr-Glu-Ala-Gly)n. I. Antibody responses.


In inbred rats, the antibody response to the known sequential polypeptide (Tyr-Glu-Ala-Gly)n (T-G-A-Gly)n is under the control of two independently assorting loci; (co) dominant, Ag-B-linked Ir-(T-G-A-Gly) I, controlling qualitative responsivenss, and a non-Ag-B-linked modifier locus termed Ir-(T-G-A-Gly) II, controlling the level of antibody produced. The antibody response to (T-G-A-Gly)n was solely IgG and the level of antibody produced was dependent upon Ir-(T-G-A-Gly) II for phenotypic response type.

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