EVIDENCE FOR ACTIVELY ACQUIRED TOLERANCE TO Rh ANTIGENS.

@article{Owen1954EVIDENCEFA,
  title={EVIDENCE FOR ACTIVELY ACQUIRED TOLERANCE TO Rh ANTIGENS.},
  author={R D Owen and Haynes R. Wood and A G Foord and Phillip Sturgeon and L G Baldwin},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1954},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={420-4}
}
Billingham et al.' reported that mice and chickens injected as embryos with cells from other strains acquired a persistent tolerance to later skin grafts from the donor strains. It seemed possible to us that a similar, but naturally acquired, tolerance might be in part responsible for the variation in response of Rh-negative persons exposed to the Rh antigens.2 The hypothesis to be tested was that Rhnegative children of Rh-positive mothers might;as a result of their exposure as embryos to the… CONTINUE READING

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