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The relative susceptibility of samples of human erythrocytes to agglutination by influenza virus


, : The relative susceptibility of samples of human erythrocytes to agglutination by influenza virus. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 35(4): 538-543

In 352 tests performed on red blood cells from normal patients as well as those with a wide variety of conditions, the red cells showed uniform susceptibility to agglutination by influenza A virus.

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