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August 11, 1917

PRIORITY FOR SIMPLIFIED METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE ISO-AGGLUTININ GROUP

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Stockton, Calif.

JAMA. 1917;LXIX(6):486. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590330070027

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Abstract

To the Editor:  —It is of interest to note that the simplified method for determining the iso-agglutinin group, by W. L. Moss (The Journal, June 23, 1917, p. 1905) is substantially the same as that used by me, and described in the Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, October, 1916. Two points given by me, however, should be emphasized: The serums of Groups II and III should be especially strong in agglutinins to prevent error. Moreover, the use of Group IV serum is of value, as noted by me, for a control in case the agglutinins of the other groups happen to have weakened.

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