Specificity of Anamnestic Response in Chickens
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National Academy of Sciences
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
1) The effects of secondary injections of various soluble protein antigens, subsequent to disappearance from the circulating system of antibodies to a primary antigen, are described. 2) Secondary antigen injections do not elicit antibody responses to previously injected antigens, if the antigens are unrelated. 3) Quantitative levels of antibody response to secondary antigens are apparently unaffected by previous antigenic stimulations of the animal, if the antigens are unrelated.
Abramoff, Peter and Wolfe, Harold R., "Specificity of Anamnestic Response in Chickens" (1959). Biological Sciences Faculty Research and Publications. 348.