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Various ad hoc approaches have been employed for the calculation of statistical properties of antigen-antibody complex systems. These approaches, however, overlook the fact that a systematic approach to such problems is available within the scope of the class of random graph processes known as branching or cascade processes. In this paper, we introduce, with sufficient detail for the reader to follow, the details of a cascade theoretical model for antigen-antibody systems and show how thedoi:10.1016/0166-218x(88)90013-3 fatcat:uo5um4brqrcy3o5fh2wsace4xq