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In vitro Stimulation of Lymphoid Cells by Antilymphocytic Globulins

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The in vitro irritability of lymphoid cells expressed as their proneness to respond to a great number of foreign macromolecules with blastoid transformation and subsequent mitosis seems to be related to their basic immunologic function: the recognition of antigens or foreigness and the production of specific antibody.

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  • Lymphoid Cell
  • Thymus Cell
  • Globulin Fraction
  • Agglutination Titer
  • Passive Cutaneous Anaphylaxis Reaction

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Riethmüller, G., Riethmüller, D., Rieber, P., Stein, H. (1969). In vitro Stimulation of Lymphoid Cells by Antilymphocytic Globulins. In: Westphal, O., Bock, HE., Grundmann, E. (eds) Current Problems in Immunology. Bayer-Symposium, vol 1. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-49733-9_14

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