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Target Cell Death without Added Complement after Cooperation of 7S Antibodies with Non-immune Lymphocytes

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ALTHOUGH much is known about the individual function of the components of immune reactions, less is known about how they interact. Evidence of cooperation between humoral and cellular components has been admirably reviewed by Möller1.

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FAKHRI, O., HOBBS, J. Target Cell Death without Added Complement after Cooperation of 7S Antibodies with Non-immune Lymphocytes. Nature New Biology 235, 177–178 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1038/newbio235177a0

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