Suppression of acute secondary disease by heterologous anti-brain serum

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Antisera raised in rabbits against murine brain contained antibodies against thymocytes and bone marrow cells of mice. While cytotoxic tests revealed only low titer antibodies against B-cells, complement fixation, plaque-forming and colony-forming tests demonstrated little difference in antibody activity against T-or B-cells. Absorption of anti-brain serum… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01632763

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