The Lymphoid Tissue and Organ Regeneration
The exceptionally great interest shown in the system of immunogenesis in the last two decades has led to the discovery of many different forms of immunological relationships which are formed in the body during its normal development and, in particular, in various pathological states. A closer study of the response of the lymphoid apparatus to certain disturbances of normal postnatal development has revealed several fundamentally new properties of the lymphoid cells and led to the recognition that lymphoid tissue is one of the most active regulatory systems of the organism. This gives the question of the character of the response of the lymphoid system to loss of the tissue of a particular organ its special interest. Meanwhile, the role of the immunogenetic system in the regulation of repair processes has been insufficiently studied.
KeywordsLymphoid Tissue Spleen Cell Mitotic Index Partial Hepatectomy Organ Regeneration
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