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Abstract

SUMMARY: An investigation involving gel-diffusion, haemagglutination and absorption tests has been made to determine whether cross-reactions in gel-diffusion precipitin tests between and observed in this laboratory were due to the Rantz antigen. It is concluded that they were not.

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