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.
- Lymphoid Cell
- Thymus Cell
- Globulin Fraction
- Agglutination Titer
- Passive Cutaneous Anaphylaxis Reaction
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