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Book reviews preparations can be made by drying the stained section in air and then mounting in Fluormount (E. Gurr, Ltd.), though this treatment sometimes causes a reduction in fluorescence. COMMENT The freeze-dried sections are equally suitable for identifying the autoantibody against thyroglobulin (Figure 1 ), and the CA2 antibody first described by Balfour et al. (1961) for which immunofluorescence provides the only known method of detection. The technique is also sufficiently reliable fordoi:10.1136/jcp.15.6.595-a fatcat:t2tof6pg6zf5no6sxcqemxzgai