Immune Adherence to Tissue Culture


HAEMADSORPTION is often used to detect virus infections of tissue cultures. This technique is not, however, of universal application because the phenomenon cannot always be elicited even in cases where the virus is known to cause haemagglutination.

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FULTON, F. Immune Adherence to Tissue Culture. Nature 207, 1214–1215 (1965).

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