Immunität

  • Victor Klingmüller

Zusammenfassung

T. und Y. Aoki: Wie sich bei der Syphilis schon zur Zeit des Primäraffektes eine allmählich steigende Immunität entwickelt, die nach dem sekundären Stadium ihren höchsten Grad erreicht, ohne absolut zu werden, so verhält es sich ähnlich bei der Lepra; das verschiedenartige Vorkommen der verschiedenen Formen scheint auf Immunisierung zu beruhen.

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  • Victor Klingmüller
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  1. 1.KielDeutschland

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