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SUMMARY

We have already discussed the presence and functioning of a interferon system in primary cultures of tortoise kidney cells and described some physico-chemical properties of the induced interferon elsewhere (Galabov, Savov & Vassileva, 1973; Galabov, Petrunova & Savov, 1973; Galabov & Savov, 1973). In order to more completely characterize the interferon producing system in such poikilothermic vertebrates, a study was carried out using tortoise () peritoneal cells.

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