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Influence of Allergy on Development of Early Tuberculous Lesions



Influence of Allergy on Development of Early Tuberculous Lesions



Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 34: 59-61



This paper describes experiments designed to show that the allergy determined the type of histologic response, rather than that the granulomatous response provoked the allergy. Guinea pigs were infected by various routes with large doses of tubercle bacilli in order to produce generalized hypersensitiveness. Skin tests with tuberculin or small doses of living tubercle bacilli were carried out at intervals after infection.

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DOI: 10.3181/00379727-34-8498p


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