PMID: 21001365Aug 1, 1946Paper

A serological and genetical study of multiple antibodies formed in response to blood transfusion by a patient with lupus erythematosus diffusus

Annals of Eugenics


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Jan 1, 1945·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·L K Diamond, N M Abelson
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Jan 12, 1946·Nature·R A FISHER, R R RACE

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