A STUDY OF IMMEDIATE SENSITIZATION BY ADSORPTION OF ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES IN VITRO
Annual progress rept.
STANFORD UNIV CA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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Contents Velocity of sensitization of normal tissues with antiovalbumin Properties of non-spasmogenic principle NSP of tetanus toxin and of its corresponding equine antibody Pharmacological behavior of sea urchin toxin The effect of streptolysin on the release of humoral agents from guinea pig tissues in relation to the electrolyte content of the heart.