LOCALIZATION OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS IN THE RABBIT OVARY, OVIDUCT AND UTERUS BY THE FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY TECHNIQUE

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Summary.

The indirect fluorescent antibody technique was used to localize the reproductive tissue-specific antigens present in the rabbit ovary, oviduct and uterus. The two ovarian antigens were localized in the zona pellucida, theca interna and atretic follicles; the six oviducal antigens in the epithelium of the mucosa; and the two uterine antigens in the endometrial stroma and lumina of uterine glands and the lamina propria of the cervix.

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