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Reference type: Conference Proceeding
Authors: Haurowitz F
Publication date: 1967
Article title: The Evolution of Selective and Instructive Theories of Antibody Formation.
Page numbers: 559-567
DOI: 10.1101/SQB.1967.032.01.068 Alternative URL: http://symposium.cshlp.org/content/32/559.short

Proceedings title: Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
Volume number: 32

Abstract: Excerpt: I had planned to attend these meetings to listen to those who presented here new and important facts, but instead I have been invited to discuss the evolution of theories of antibody formation. It is obvious that the important discoveries of the last few years have had a great influence on our ideas about antibody formation. I would like to describe these as objectively as possible. Indeed, I may have gone too far in this respect when I said in my short abstract that the Selective Theory is now more attractive to me than it ever appeared earlier; for, some of my friends at this meeting have implored me not to abandon the template idea completely. EHRLICH'S SELECTIVE THEORY OF PREFORMED RECEPTORS I believe that any report on the evolution of theories of antibody formation must start with Ehrlich's ingenious side chain theory, enunciated at the end of the last...

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