Role of various murine B-lymphocyte subpopulations in the immune response to T-independent antigens
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Polyclonal antibodies to Lyb 5+ antigen of murine B lymphocytes are obtained and a methodological approach to the detection of cells carrying this antigen is developed with the aim of investigating the role of various subpopulations of mouse B lymphocytes in polyclonal activation induced by T-independent type 2 antigen. Hybridomas producing anti-Lyb 5.1 antibodies are obtained.
Key WordsB lymphocytes surface antigens antibodies to Lyb 5 antigen
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