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Virologica Sinica, 04 (3) : 278, 1989
Review
In Vitro Induction of SRBC-sgecific Antihody by Human Tonsillar Lymphocytes and the Effects of HSV-1 Infection on it
Deparment of Microbiology
Nangjing Medical College
Nanjing
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Abstract
We established a stable human tonsillar cell culture-immunization systemin vitro, in which sheep red blood cells (SRBC), a virus-irrelevant antigen,induced efficiently specific antibody production. In contrast to traditional con-cepts, we demonstrated that adhering cells (mainly macrophages) in tonsilsplayed a suppressive role in induction of specific antibody response in vitro.Depletion of adhering cells increased significantly the production of this anti-body. We also found the SRBC co-stimulated with sui...
  Published online: 5 Sep 1989
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