Is a Specialized Stimulator Cell Required for the Induction of Allograft Immunity?
A modification of tissue antigens occurs during the in vitro culture resulting in a loss of tissue antigenicity.
Some of the leucocytes trapped in the graft are essential for the activation of recipient T-lymphocytes, and are gradually lost during the in vitro culture.
KeywordsStimulator Cell Allograft Survival Peritoneal Cell Tissue Antigen Donor Treatment
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