Development of Immunologic Competence in Germfree and Conventional Mice
The ability of an animal to resist the vast variety and multitude of disease-causing pathogens is primarily a function of its immune potential. How this immune potential is programmed with specificity against so many prospective immunogens is one of the great mysteries of immunology.
KeywordsSpleen Cell Conventional Mouse Spleen Mass Immunologic Competence Germfree Mouse
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 8.Horowitz, R. E. et al. Amer. J. Pathol., 44: 747, 1964.Google Scholar