Distribution of Radioiodinated, Acetone-killed Brucella abortus in the Tissues of Normal and Immune Mice

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THE distribution of radioactively labelled antigens in animal tissues has been studied extensively. Most of the work has been done in normal animals, using simple antigens. Few direct comparisons have been made of the distribution of labelled antigens in normal and immune animals, and no work seems to have been done along these lines with a killed bacterial antigen.

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SULITZEANU, D. Distribution of Radioiodinated, Acetone-killed Brucella abortus in the Tissues of Normal and Immune Mice. Nature 181, 495 (1958) doi:10.1038/181495a0

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