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Manual on Immunofluorescence Methods.—
A manual on laboratory methods, Defined Immunofluorescence in Clinical Immunodermatology, by Dr. E. H. Beutner, Dr. R. Nisengard, and William Hale of the Microbiology Department at the State University of New York at Buffalo has been reviewed and edited by the Task Force for Immunofluorescence of the National Program for Dermatology.Copies can be obtained free of charge by writing to Literature Department, Hyland Division Travenol Laboratories, Inc., 18285 Euclid St, Foundation Valley, CA 92708.This manual affords specific details on how to carry out immunofluorescence tests relevant to the diagnosis of the bullous and collagen diseases in which these methods have proven to be of diagnostic value. This manual may be regarded in the same light as a manual on methods of histopathology. That is, it affords detailed information on methods, but it is recommended that people interested in performing the indicated tests be
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