Staphylococcus epidermidis in the circulating blood of normal and thrombocytopenic human subjects: immunological data

Experientia
G G TedeschiA Vecchi

Abstract

Immunological studies, performed with human sera and rabbit antisera upon some strains of Staph. epidermidis carried in the circulating blood of normal and thrombocytopenic subjects, indicate that the reactivity is very low and almost completely related to antigenic properties common to Staph. aureus.

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