Natural Antisheep Amboceptor and Comple- Ment in the Blood of Fowls

  • F. R. BEAUDETT, L. D. BUSHNEU
  • Published 2010

Abstract

The attention of the writers was first directed to the dissolving action of fresh chicken serum upon the blood corpuscles of the sheep during some hemolytic experiments with the blood serum of chickens known to be carriers of Bacterium pullorum. Whether the lytic action of the chicken serum was due to the presence of a natural antisheep amboceptor or to… (More)

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@inproceedings{BEAUDETT2010NaturalAA, title={Natural Antisheep Amboceptor and Comple- Ment in the Blood of Fowls}, author={F. R. BEAUDETT and L. D. BUSHNEU}, year={2010} }