The relative toxicity of metal salts to immune hemolysis in a mixture of antibody-secreting spleen cells, sheep red blood cells and complement.

@article{Seko1982TheRT,
  title={The relative toxicity of metal salts to immune hemolysis in a mixture of antibody-secreting spleen cells, sheep red blood cells and complement.},
  author={Yoshinori Seko and Tomiyasu Koyama and Albert T. Ichiki and Miho Sugamata and Toshiaki Miura},
  journal={Research communications in chemical pathology and pharmacology},
  year={1982},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={205-13}
}
The relative toxicity of metal salts was examined using a mixture of antibody-secreting spleen cells, sheep red blood cells and complement. The amount of immune hemolysis in the mixture was reduced by mercuric chloride, methylmercuric chloride and nickel chloride at concentrations of 14 microM or more, by sodium selenite and zinc chloride at 140 microM or… CONTINUE READING