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Preparation of Antihuman Lymphocyte Serum by Immunization with Unviable Lymphoid Cells obtained from a Cadaver and stored for 3 Months in a Frozen State

Nature volume 222, pages 10821083 (14 June 1969) | Download Citation

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OUR purpose was to investigate the possibility of the preparation of antihuman lymphocyte serum (AHLS) in a way which could be industrially applicable, utilizing as antigenic material for immunization unviable lymphoid cells taken from a cadaver and subsequently stored for 3 months in a frozen state. Undesired haemagglutinins were removed by a single absorption technique.

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  1. Department of Internal Medicine, Unified Hospital, Turda, Roumania.

    • L. NOSSA
  2. Cancer Institute, Cluj.

    • T. MUREŞAN
  3. Transfusion Centre, Cluj.

    • A. MARCU
  4. Laboratory of Unified Hospital, Turda, Roumania.

    • O. ABRUNDEANU

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