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Substantiation of the use of thermo resistors for immunobiological reaction study


, : Substantiation of the use of thermo resistors for immunobiological reaction study. Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk (3): 133-137

A nonliner heat exchange theory of thermoresistors and their surrounding fluid was developed. On the basis of this theory, quantitative criteria for determination of the course and results of [human] immune reactions was suggested. The main principles of the thermometric method, based on the suggested criterion, was given. The specificity of the method was confirmed by the great number of experiments with different antigen-antibody complexes.

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