A study of the immunological function of lymphoid tissue after cell transfer
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Homotransplantation of splenic cells from mice immunized with a chemical Vi antigen preparation leads to an intensive formation of antibodies in the organism of normal adult recipients. No significant quantities of Vi antigen capable of provoking an active recipient reaction were present. The model permits study of the dynamics of the function of transplanted cells.
KeywordsPublic Health Lymphoid Tissue Cell Transfer Immunological Function Antigen Preparation
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