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A ‘Microspot’ Test for Antigens and Antibodies

Nature volume 192, pages 985986 (09 December 1961) | Download Citation

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THE immunologist is often confronted with the problem of determining the presence of low concentrations of antigens in solution, or of establishing the antigenic specificity of a substance available only in minute quantities. On the contrary, he is also frequently concerned with the conservation of small quantities of hard-won antisera. One answer to both these problems is a technique worked out in these Laboratories.

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  1. Bencard Allergy Research Unit, Beecham Research Laboratories, Ltd., Betchworth, Surrey.

    • JOSEPH G. FEINBERG

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