Isolation of Transplantation Antigens from a Cultured Lymphoblast L-5178Y

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EXPERIMENTS designed to characterize the nature of the transplantation antigens have been greatly hampered by the difficulty of obtaining large amounts of a homogeneous starting material. We would like to report the successful isolation of transplantation antigens from a mammalian cell cultured in vitro.

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MANSON, L., FOSCHI, G. & DUPLAN, J. Isolation of Transplantation Antigens from a Cultured Lymphoblast L-5178Y . Nature 188, 598–599 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/188598b0

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