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This volume of 216 pages is a revised reprint of eleven papers originally published in various journals by Muir alone, or by Muir in collaboration with Browning or Martin. They appeared from the years 1903 to 1909 and treated of such subjects as "The Action of Hemolytic Sera," "The Combining Properties of Serum-Complements and on Complementoids," "Chemical Combination and Toxic Action as Exemplified in Hemolytic Sera," "The Hemolytic Receptors of the Red Corpuscles," "The Properties of Anti-immune Bodies and Complementoids," "The Action of Complement as Agglutinin," "The Deviation of Complement... and Its Relations to the Precipitin Test," "The Combining Properties of Opsonins of Normal Serums," "The Combining Properties of the Opsonin of an Immune Serum," "The Bactericidal Action of Normal Serum," "The Filtration of Serum Complement."
The subject-matter is divided into three parts: Part I: "Properties of the Hemolytic Sera;" Part II: "The Properties of an Anti-Serum to a Serum-Deviation
Studies on Immunity. JAMA. 1909;LIII(4):312–313. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550040064020
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