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Rabbit antibodies against small peptides may be composed by subpopulations recognizing different epitopes made likely by few aminoacids. This explains the frequent crossreactivity of antipeptide antibodies with unrelated peptides. A suitable use of immunoadsorbents is suggested to obtain truly specific antibodies able to react with restricted amino acid sequences.doi:10.1515/znc-1985-1-230 fatcat:jzpx4e2tinht7n4kdkmsdq7rme