Foot and Mouth Disease Virus RNA as an Antigenic Factor in the Complement-fixation Reaction Applied to the Examination of Human Tumours

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Serra, Guarini et al.1 suggested in 1958 a peculiar complement-fixation test as a very selective serological technique for identifying the blood sera of carriers of malignant tumours.

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SERRA, A., GUARINI, G., GUIDETTI, E. et al. Foot and Mouth Disease Virus RNA as an Antigenic Factor in the Complement-fixation Reaction Applied to the Examination of Human Tumours. Nature 206, 1264–1266 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2061264a0

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