Idiotypes, Anti-idiotypes, and Molecular Mimicry: Concepts and Methods:
H. K~adohler, S. Kaveri, T. Kieber-Emmons, W.J.W. Morrow, S. M~aduller, and S. Raychaudhuri, Idiotypic Networks and the Nature of Molecular Mimicry: An Overview.
M.R. Schick and R.C. Kennedy, Production and Characterization of Anti-idiotypic Antibody Reagents.
P.H. Kussie, G. Albright, and D.S. Linthicum, Production and Characterization of Monoclonal Idiotypes and Anti-idiotypes for Small Ligands.
J.E. Blalock, J.N. Whitaker, E.N. Benveniste, and K.L. Bost, Use of Peptides Encoded by Complimentary RNA for Generating Anti-idiotypic Antibodies of Predefined Specificity.
F. Perosa, T. Kageshita, R. Ono, and S. Ferrone, Serological Methods to Detect Anti-idiotypic Antibodies.
P.H.Kussie, M.A. Sherman, D. Marchetti, and D.S. Linthicum, Molecular Analysis of Monoclonal Idiotypes and Anti-idiotypes.
F.J. Stevens, Size-Exclusion High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Analysis of Protein and Peptide Epitopes.
K.H.Roux, Immunoelectron Microscopy of Idiotype-Anti-idiotype Complexes.
C. Petit, M.E. Sauron, M. Gilbert, and J. Th~abeze, Use of Immunoblotting to Detect Idiotypic Determinants on Monoclonal Antibodies.
M.G. Jacquemin and J.-M.R. Saint-Remy, Idiotypes Carried by Antiallergen Antibodies.
D.S. Ludwig and G.K. Schoolnik, Structure-Function Analysis of Protein Active Sites with Anti-idiotypic Antibody.
M.J. Nelles, Competitive Idiotype-Anti-idiotype Enzyme Immunoassay for Adenosine Deaminase Binding Protein.
Anti-idiotype Molecular Mimicry and Receptors:
A.D. Strosberg, Interaction of Anti-idiotypic Antibodies with Membrane Receptors: Practical Considerations.<BR id="CRL
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