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I. An ultrastructural investigation on erythrocytes and lymphocytes coated with proteins: use of CrCl3 as an electron-dense marker.

Proteins (human immunoglobulin G and protein A of Staphylococcus aureus) coupled to the surface of erythrocytes (sheep, mice, man and chicken) and to mouse spleen lymphocytes by chromic chloride technique acquire electron-dense properties and may be visualized in electron microscopy. Sheep red blood cells coated with rabbit anti-erythrocyte antibodies and treated with chromic chloride showed continuous electron-opaque labelling of the cell membrane due to chelation of rabbit IgG with chromium atoms.[1]


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