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Attributions for IgY Ab1

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Studies on Xenopus immunoglobulins using monoclonal antibodies.
Hsu E, Du Pasquier L.
Mol Immunol. April 1, 1984; 21 (4): 257-70.

referenced by:

Immune defenses against Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, a fungus linked to global amphibian declines, in the South African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis.
Ramsey JP, Reinert LK, Harper LK, Woodhams DC, Rollins-Smith LA.
Infect Immun. September 1, 2010; 78 (9): 3981-92.

Localization and differential expression of activation-induced cytidine deaminase in the amphibian Xenopus upon antigen stimulation and during early development.
Marr S, Morales H, Bottaro A, Cooper M, Flajnik M, Robert J.
J Immunol. November 15, 2007; 179 (10): 6783-9.

Generation of a long-lasting, protective, and neutralizing antibody response to the ranavirus FV3 by the frog Xenopus.
Maniero GD, Morales H, Gantress J, Robert J, Robert J.
Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 2006; 30 (7): 649-57.

Xenopus as an experimental model for studying evolution of hsp--immune system interactions.
Robert J, Robert J, Gantress J, Cohen N, Maniero GD.
Methods. January 1, 2004; 32 (1): 42-53.

Ontogenic emergence and localization of larval skin antigen molecule recognized by adult T cells of Xenopus laevis: Regulation by thyroid hormone during metamorphosis.
Watanabe M, Ohshima M, Morohashi M, Maéno M, Izutsu Y.
Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 2003; 45 (1): 77-84.

Larval antigen molecules recognized by adult immune cells of inbred Xenopus laevis: partial characterization and implication in metamorphosis.
Izutsu Y, Tochinai S, Maéno M, Iwabuchi K, Onoé K.
Dev Growth Differ. December 1, 2002; 44 (6): 477-88.

Lymphoid tumors of Xenopus laevis with different capacities for growth in larvae and adults.
Robert J, Guiet C, Du Pasquier L.
Dev Immunol. January 1, 1994; 3 (4): 297-307.

Sequences of C mu and the VH1 family in LG7, a clonable strain of Xenopus, homozygous for the immunoglobulin loci.
Wilson M, Marcuz A, Courtet M, Du Pasquier L.
Dev Immunol. January 1, 1992; 3 (1): 13-24.

In vitro growth of thymic tumor cell lines from Xenopus.
Du Pasquier L, Robert J.
Dev Immunol. January 1, 1992; 2 (4): 295-307.

A third immunoglobulin class in amphibians.
Hsu E, Flajnik MF, Du Pasquier L.
J Immunol. September 1, 1985; 135 (3): 1998-2004.

Xenopus MHC class II molecules. I. Identification and structural characterization.
Kaufman JF, Flajnik MF, Du Pasquier L, Riegert P.
J Immunol. May 1, 1985; 134 (5): 3248-57.

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