Hormonal Control of Lymphoreticular Tissues in Snell-Bagg Pituitary Dwarf Mice
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The development of central and peripheral lymphoid tissue may be dependent on endocrine glands, particularly on the pituitary activity. The relationship between the hypophysis and the lymphoid tissue was investigated in hypophysectomized rats [1, 2] or in intrauterinely decapitated fetuses , and more recently by the use of antipituitary or antisomatotropic hormone antisera [4, 5].
KeywordsLymphatic Tissue Lymphoid Follicle Spleen Weight Dwarf Mouse Peripheral Lymphoid Tissue
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