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Appearance of anti-bacterial agglutinins in X-irradiated rabbits receiving immune spleen nucleoproteins

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Le transfert de noyaux, de mitochondries, de désoxyribonucléoprotéines et de fractions ribonucléoproteques, dérivant de cellules de ganglion lymphatique préparées à partir de lapins donneurs, immunisés contre Shigella a provoqué l'apparition d'agglutinines anti-Shigella dans le sérum de lapins, soumis aux rayons X durant 24 h.

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Friedman, H. Appearance of anti-bacterial agglutinins in X-irradiated rabbits receiving immune spleen nucleoproteins. Experientia 19, 537–538 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02150902

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Keywords

  • Immune Spleen
  • Ganglion Lymphatique