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The nature of the tuberculin reaction: failure to demonstrate in vitro cytotoxicity of tuberculin for the cells of sensitized animals



The nature of the tuberculin reaction: failure to demonstrate in vitro cytotoxicity of tuberculin for the cells of sensitized animals



American Review of Tuberculosis 63(6): 674-678



Addition of O.T. and P.P.D. in high concentrations to tissue cultures from expiants from g. pigs hypersensitized to tuberculin by live bacillus.infection did not inhibit growth. -F.

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