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Studies on in vitro models of cellular immunity: the role of T and B cells in the secretion of lymphotoxin.

Authors
  • Shacks, SJ
  • Chiller, J
  • Granger, GA
Publication Date
May 01, 1973
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eScholarship - University of California
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Abstract

When normal murine spleen cells were treated with anti-theta serum and complement, they failed to produce LT or synthesize cellular DNA when stimulated in vitro with PHA. Theta-positive cells were responsible for LT production in spleens removed from X-irradiated and bone marrow- or thymus-reconstituted animals. Finally, spleens from congenitally athymic Nu/Nu mice failed to produce LT when stimulated with pokeweed mitogen or phytohemagglutinin. © 1973.

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