The Involvement of T-Cells in the Stimulatory Effect of a Water-in-Oil Emulsion on the B-Cell Response
Originally the immunostimulatory effect of water-in-oil (W/O)emulsions, used as adjuvant, has been explained by depot formation resulting in a chronic stimulation of the immune system by small amounts of released antigen (1,2). Later studies by ourselves (3,4) clearly demonstrated that other mechanisms are involved also.
KeywordsNude Mouse Mouse Strain Adjuvant Effect Depot Formation Plaque Form Cell
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