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Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals but occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Selective immune response of blood group O individuals to increased enteral absorption.

Peter Arend
Spontaneous variations in the production of anti-A/B isoagglutinins in 21 individuals (blood group A = 11, blood group 0 = 10) suffering from ulcerative colitis, and in 42 normal persons (bood group A = 22, blood group O = 20), are investigated under double-blind conditions. The grade of immunization and dominance of the 7S (IgG) conglutinating and 19S (IgM) agglutinating immunoglobulins are determined through conglutinin and agglutinin titers and their quotients at three different temperatures....

Selective immune response of blood group O individuals to increased enteral absorption.

Peter Arend
Spontaneous variations in the production of anti-A/B isoagglutinins in 21 individuals (blood group A = 11, blood group 0 = 10) suffering from ulcerative colitis, and in 42 normal persons (bood group A = 22, blood group O = 20), are investigated under double-blind conditions. The grade of immunization and dominance of the 7S (IgG) and 19S (IgM) immunoglobulins are determined through conglutinin and agglutinin titers and their quotients at three different temperatures. While the...

Selective immune response of blood group O individuals to increased enteral absorption.

Peter Arend
Spontaneous variations in the production of anti-A/B isoagglutinins in 21 individuals (blood group A = 11, blood group 0 = 10) suffering from ulcerative colitis, and in normal persons (bood group A = 22, blood group O = 20), are investigated under double-blind conditions. The grade of immunization and dominance of the 7S (IgG) and 19S (IgM) immunoglobulins are determined through conglutinin and agglutinin titers and their quotients at three different temperatures. While the blood...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B reactivity is...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood groups, anti-A/B...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend

Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection can neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and thus occur exclusively in blood group O. In fact, while bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of all immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive immunological induction of these agglutinins appears to be restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In the non-O blood...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend
Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection can neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and thus occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive induction of these agglutinins appears to be, according to the old observations, restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In fact, in...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend
Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection can neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and thus occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive induction of these agglutinins appears to be, according to the old observations, restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In fact, in...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend
Prokaryotic "blood group A/B-like" antigenic structures apparently induce basically cross-reactive anti-A/B immunoglobulins, which due to clonal selection can neither arise in blood group A nor in B individuals, and thus occur exclusively in blood group O. While bacterial endotoxins non-specifically stimulate the formation of immunoglobulins, most likely involving the anti-A/B isoagglutinins, a definite, adaptive induction of these agglutinins appears to be, according to the old observations, restricted to blood group O(H) individuals. In fact, in...

Selective immune response of blood group O individuals to increased enteral absorption.

Peter Arend
Spontaneous variations in the production of anti-A/B isoagglutinins in individuals suffering from ulcerative colitis and in normal persons were investigated under double-blind conditions. The grade of immunization and dominance of the 7S (IgG) and 19S (IgM) immunoglobulins were determined through the quotients of conglutinin and agglutinin titers at three different temperatures. While the blood group O patients showed a statistically significant stimulation of a 7S (IgG)-exerted anti-B, and less pronounced anti-A reactivity by the non-parametric...

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