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The localization of the Australia antigen in the liver by immunofluorescence
  1. T. Akeyama,
  2. T. Kamada,
  3. T. Koizumi,
  4. H. Abe
  1. Department of Internal Medicine, Osaka University Medical School, Osaka, Japan


    The localization of Australia antigen in the liver by the fluorescent antibody technique (direct method) has been studied. Specific fluorescence was observed in the cytoplasm of liver cells. Two distribution patterns of fluorescent-positive cells, namely, a diffuse fluorescence in the liver lobules and a spotty distribution of fluorescent-positive cells, were observed.

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