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Auto-agglutination in albumin
  1. D. E. B. Powell,
  2. C. Rees
  1. Department of Pathology, General Hospital, Bridgend, Glam.


    An example of the `albumin' auto-agglutinating phenomenon is reported. This was found in the serum of a man dying from carcinoma of the stomach with liver secondaries. It is suggested that the serum factor is of a protein (probably globulin) nature, and may have been produced by the diseased liver.

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