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The chemical acetylation of RBC bearing the acquired B antigen led to the disappearance of the agglutinability by anti-B and restored the A1 specificity. The same results are obtained using RBC transformed in vitro by a Clostridium Tertium filtrate, where a deacetylase was reported.
Nine cases of acquired B antigen were studied. By quantitative methods the variation of the A reactivity and of the number of A sites was found to be inversely related to the variation of the B reactivity. By agglutination kinetics using an immune anti-B, the acquired B reactive structure was found to differ from that of a normal B. Agglutination variation,… (More)
Various anti-Cad and anti-Sda reagents were tested against a panel of Cad red cells in order to determine whether Cad and Sda antigens were identical. According to the results, although strong Sda reactivity was always found in Cad red cells, the two antigen specificities are not identical. The polyagglutinability of Cad red cells seems to be related to an… (More)