O. S. Prigoda

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The injection of antiserum against isogeneic aggregated mouse immunoglobulins prolonged the survival time of skin allografts in mice by 5-6 days. The study of the possible mechanisms of this phenomenon revealed that the injection of aggregated immunoglobulin antiserum decreased the ability of the lymphocytes of the animals receiving the antiserum to induce(More)
Mouse antiserum against isologous heat-aggregated immunoglobulins (MAAS), on repeated injection into animals, prolonged the survival of skin allografts, facilitated the development of Moloney sarcoma, reduced the latent period of appearance of tumors, sharply increased the yield of tumors which in most cases led to death of the mice, disturbed the normal(More)
It was shown that mouse antiserum against isologous thermically aggregated immunoglobulins MAAS injected repeatedly to the animals prolonged the survival of the skin allotransplant, induced Moloney's sarcoma diminished the latent period of the tumour development sharply increased the formation of the tumours which in the majority of cases, led to the death(More)
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