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Two myeloma globulins (IgG and IgA) in one subject and one cell line

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      This paper describes the clinical history of a patient who produced two distinct myeloma globulins (IgG and IgA). Immunofluorescent studies revealed the presence of the two myeloma globulins in single plasma cells.
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