The breakdown of embryonic cartilage and bone cultivated in the presence of complement-sufficient antiserum. 2. Biochemical changes and the role of the lysosomal system.

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@article{Dingle1967TheBO, title={The breakdown of embryonic cartilage and bone cultivated in the presence of complement-sufficient antiserum. 2. Biochemical changes and the role of the lysosomal system.}, author={John T. Dingle and Honor B. Fell and R. R. A. Coombs}, journal={International archives of allergy and applied immunology}, year={1967}, volume={31 3}, pages={283-303} }