The Rosette Inhibition Test in Skin-grafted PatientsBr Med J 1974; 2 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.2.5920.636 (Published 22 June 1974) Cite this as: Br Med J 1974;2:636
- Helen M. Chapel,
- J. R. Batchelor
The rosette inhibition test was performed on lymphocytes from five patients who received viable allogeneic skin grafts after a severe burn injury. Serial tests were done to ascertain whether a change in the minimal inhibitory concentration of antihuman lymphocyte globulin needed to inhibit rosette formation by 25% was specifically associated with rejection of such a graft. No such change was observed.