THE presence of anti-leucocyte antibodies, which are capable of causing in vitro the agglutination of certain varieties of leucocytes, and which are inactive on the patient's own leucocytes1,2, is often observed in the blood of polytransfused patients.
Dausset, J., Nenna, A., and Brecy, H., Blood, 9, 7, 696 (1954).
Dausset, J., Rev. Fr. Etudes clin. et biol., 1, 2 (1956).
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DAUSSET, J., BRECY, H. Identical Nature of the Leucocyte Antigens detectable in Monozygotic Twins by means of Immune Iso-Leuco-agglutinins. Nature 180, 1430 (1957). https://doi.org/10.1038/1801430a0
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