A Progressive Reaction Occurring with a Radioactive Hemolysin, Sodium Oleate-i131

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Sodium oleate reacts progressively with human red cells at pH 7. By progressive is meant a reaction which is not adequately described as reversible or irreversible; such reactions cannot be stopped once they are under way, and are probably associated with a more or less stable "internal" lysin phase at the cell surfaces. The uptake of the lysin and the… (More)

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@article{Ponder1958APR, title={A Progressive Reaction Occurring with a Radioactive Hemolysin, Sodium Oleate-i131}, author={Eric Ponder and Ruth V. Ponder}, journal={The Journal of General Physiology}, year={1958}, volume={41}, pages={609 - 612} }