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Manfred Martin Mayer - bibliography

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German-American serologist, born June 15, 1916, Frankfurt-am-Main; died September 18, 1984, Baltimore, Maryland.


  • R. A. Nelson and M. M. Mayer:
    Immobilization of Treponema pallidum in vitro by antibody produced in syphilitic infection. Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1949, 89: 369-393.
  • M. M. Mayer and Lawrence Levine (1924–):
    Kinetic studies on immune hemolysis. III-IV.
    The Journal of Immunology, Baltimore, 1954, 72: 511-530.
    Complement fixation.

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