Rivers Singleton

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An indirect enzyme-linked immunoadsorption assay (ELISA) was developed for cytochrome c3 using antisera to the cytochromes fromDesulfovibrio africanus Benghazi, Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough andDesulfovibrio salexigens British Guiana. The ELISA system was used to test for cross-reactions between these antisera and the heterologous antigens. In(More)
Cyclosporin A not only has improved renal allograft survival but it also has caused a renewed interest in cardiac and hepatic transplantation. The South Texas Organ Bank was sensitive to the need for multiple organ donors and also concerned that the recovery of multiple organs could have a negative impact on the quantity or quality of kidneys recovered.(More)
The Dutch microbiologist/biochemist Albert Jan Kluyver (1888-1956) was an early proponent of the idea of biochemical unity, and how that concept might be demonstrated through the careful study of microbial life. The fundamental relatedness of living systems is an obvious correlate of the theory of evolution, and modern attempts to construct phylogenetic(More)
Antisera have been developed against the wholecell antigens of Desulfovibrio africanus Benghazi and Walvis Bay, D. vulgaris Hildenborough, D. salexigens British Guiana, D. gigas, and D. desulfuricans Essex 6. An enzymelinked immunoadsorption assay (ELISA) was developed to measure the reaction of these antisera with the homologous and heterologous antigens.(More)
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