Research Article| Volume 36, ISSUE 1, P130-133, July 1950

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Estimation of increased gamma globulin and fibrinogen in cerebrospinal fluid

A serial dilution-flocculation method
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      A semiquantitative serial dilution-flocculation method is described for the determination of abnormal amounts of gamma globulin and/or fibrinogen in human cerebrospinal fluid.
      The method is a modification of the Hanger cephalin-cholesterol flocculation reaction.
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