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Immunological Factors in Homogenous-Bone Transplantation: III. The Inability of Homogenous Rabbit Bone to Induce Circulating Antibodies in Rabbits.

Curtiss, Paul H. JR.; Powell, A. E.; Herndon, Charles H.
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery - American Volume: December 1959
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Groups of rabbits were injected with soluble and insoluble portions of rabbit bone. No circulating antibody could be detected by binding of radioiodinated gamma globulin, erythrocyte hemagglutination, or agar-gel diffusion.

Insignificant differences in properdin titer were observed in rabbit sera following experimentally produced fractures, autografts, and homografts.

Copyright 1959 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated

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