An Agglutinable Factor in Human Blood Recognized by Immune Sera for Rhesus Blood
The capacity possessed by some rabbit immune sera produced with blood of Rhesus monkeys, of reacting with human bloods that contain the agglutinogen M has been reported previously.1,2 Subsequently it has been found that another individual property of human blood (which may be designated as Rh) can be detected by certain of these sera.
KeywordsRhesus Monkey Human Blood Individual Property Medical Examiner Immune Serum
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