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Failure of Iso-Immunization to M and N Agglutinogens in Man

Nature volume 154, page 580 (04 November 1944) | Download Citation

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SINCE the A, B and Rh agglutinogens so frequently invoke an immune response, either between mother and baby or as the result of incompatible blood transfusions, speculation has arisen to explain why differences in M and N type of donor and recipient, or of baby and mother, do not have the same effect.

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  1. Army Blood Supply Depot, Southmead Hospital, Bristol. Aug. 21.

    • GEOFFREY H. TOVEY

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