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ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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The form of immunohistochemical technique described has found wide utilization, among other things for histological localization of protozoa, bacteria and virus as well as in regard to isolated microbial antigens. The method has also been used to localize several types of protein, e.g. plasma proteins, enzymes and hormone proteins. The same is true of compound proteins, a group of substances including among others the blood group substances. In this connection it is of interest that by means of the fluorescence technique it has been possible to show that complements are bound to the antigen-antibody complex.
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