antibody presence in subjects with no symptoms

Sarah Hawkins hawkeyesteel at
Mon Mar 24 13:45:03 EST 1997

	a friend of mine and I are preparing to do an experiment on the presence
of antibodies in people who either work in a clinical setting or in
hospitals under the hypothesis that people who are introduced to a
particular disease can develop antibodies to that disease (strept,
pnuemonia, etc.) without actually contracting the disease.   Past evidence
has shown that nurses have a relatively broader range of antibodies than
average.  Any information on this subject would be GREATLY appreciated such
as past journal articles, recent experiments, or basic subject matter on
human Ab-Ag relations.

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