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Role of Debris of Tumour Ascitic Fluid in Transplantation Immunity

Nature volume 204, pages 704705 (14 November 1964) | Download Citation

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EXAMINATION of the chemical nature of histocompatibility antigens is not easy, because of the rapid inactivation of cell-free extracts and the difficulty in obtaining these antigens in a soluble form.

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    • IVAN HILGERT

    Present address: Institute for Experimental Biology and Genetics, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague.

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  1. Laboratoire de Chirurgie expérimentale, Université de Liège, Belgique.

    • IVAN HILGERT
    • , ANDRÉ CASTERMANS
    • , GEORGE LEJEUNE
    •  & MARIE VRANKEN

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