In order to further delineate the mechanisms underlying genetic unresponsiveness, tetraparental mice were constructed from immune response-1A gene high responder and low responder parental genotypes, then were immunized with poly-L-(Tyr,Glu)-poly-D,L-Ala--poly-L-Lys ((T,G)-A--L). An analysis of the total serum allotype mixture and of the antigen-binding capacity of the separated allotypes demonstrated that in the milieu of a tetraparental mouse, both high and low responder B cells could be stimulated equally to produce identical high titered anti-(T,G)-A--L responses. Furthermore, these studies show that effective stimulation could occur across a histocompatibility disparity.
GENETIC CONTROL OF THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO POLY-L(TYR,GLU)-POLY-D,L-ALA--POLY-L-LYS IN C3H↔CWB TETRAPARENTAL MICE
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Kathleen B. Bechtol, John H. Freed, Leonard A. Herzenberg, Hugh O. McDevitt; GENETIC CONTROL OF THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO POLY-L(TYR,GLU)-POLY-D,L-ALA--POLY-L-LYS IN C3H↔CWB TETRAPARENTAL MICE . J Exp Med 1 December 1974; 140 (6): 1660–1675. doi: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.140.6.1660
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