Aleutian Disease Gammopathy of Mink induced with an Ultra-filtrable Agent

@article{Buko1967AleutianDG,
  title={Aleutian Disease Gammopathy of Mink induced with an Ultra-filtrable Agent},
  author={L Buko and Alan J. Kenyon},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1967},
  volume={216},
  pages={69-70}
}
AMONG the lymphoproliferative diseases, murine leukaemia has interested many investigators since Gross succeeded in transmitting it with a filtrable agent1. Another lymphoproliferative disease, Aleutian disease of mink2, has received considerable attention because there is a filtrable causative agent3,4. Aleutian disease can be characterized as a transmissible disease of mink and possibly other mustelids5, in which a hypergammaglobulinaemia6 occurs concomitant with a plasma cell proliferation… CONTINUE READING

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