The above data indicate:

  1. That there is a definite, but of course not absolute, correlation between the amount of heterophile immunity and the incidence of upper respiratory infections, i.e., the greater the heterophile immunity the fewer respiratory infections.

  2. That heterophile immunity contributes definitely toward protection against upper respiratory infections.


This work was made possible through a grant by the Eli Lilly Company.

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