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Die Beeinflussung der Masugi-Nephritis durch Cortison

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In a first series of experiments we could show that cortisone inhibits the formation of rabbit antibodies against nephrotoxic duck serum. Approximately parallel thereto the tissue reaction of a diffuse glomerulonephritis is, if not entirely suppressed, none the less temporally and in regard to its intensity also essentially retarded. These experiments are being continued upon a broader basis.

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Spühler, O., Zollinger, H.U., Enderlin, M. et al. Die Beeinflussung der Masugi-Nephritis durch Cortison. Experientia 7, 186–188 (1951). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02148909

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