Histocompatibility in ruminants. The production and evaluation of allo-antibodies for GL-A typing in goats

Journal of Immunogenetics
R H van DamJ Goudswaard


The production of goat lymphocytotoxic allo-antisera by immunization by lymphocytes or allografting is described. Analysis of typing results of several goat families and the correlation between the lengthening of allograft survival and graft exchange between compatible and incompatible animals, suggest the existence of a major histocompatibility system (GL-A) in goats.


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