A Comparative Study of Accessory Cells Derived from the Peritoneum and from Solid Tissues
Accessory nonlymphoid cells are an essential component of the in vitro immune response and are a major site of genetic restriction in these responses. However, the identification of in vivo accessory cell analogues in solid lymphoid tissue is difficult. The separation and purification steps are complex. Even when cells are obtained these may have lost the distinguishing features which permitted their recognition in tissue section.
KeywordsDendritic Cell Accessory Cell Peritoneal Cell Solid Tissue Inducer Role
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