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The effect of localized injection of adjuvant material on the draining lymph node: II. Circulating lymphocytes

Authors
  • D. W. Dresser
  • R. N. Taub
  • Adrienne R. Krantz
Publication Date
May 01, 1970
Source
PMC
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Abstract

The stimulation of a draining lymph node by the injection of a substance possessing adjuvanticity leads to a marked increase in the influx of lymphocytes into the node. The influx of cells has been followed in experimental mice injected intravenously with 51Cr-labelled normal mesenteric lymph node cells. The increase in size of the draining node is not due to an increased blood volume.

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