Effect of fractionated administration of antigen on rosette formation in mice
Rosette formation is shown to be stimulated by administration of the same antigen dose in several injections at short intervals. The effect of fractionated administration of the antigen is mainly due to T lymphocytes, is selectively directed to antigen-binding structures containing disulfide groups, and is realized via the vagus nerve.
Key Wordseffect of fractionated administration of antigen vagus nerve rosette formation
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