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Virologica Sinica, 06 (3) : 207, 1991
Specific HSV-I Antibody Production in Vitro by Human Peripheral Lymphocytes andEnhancement by IFNγ
Department of Microbiology
Nanjing Medical College
Nanjing 210029
Human peripheral blood lymphocytes from normal adult donors were stimulated in vitro by UV-inactived Herpes simplex virus type Ⅰ(HSV-Ⅰ) as an antingen, incubated in 37℃ for 12 days. Specific anti-HSV-Ⅰ antibody was measured by ELISA Anti-HSV antibody of IgG type was produced in vitro in all 11 individuals (26.6±23ng/ml) whose sera were sero-positive to HSV-Ⅰ. Newborn lymphocyte cultures failed to induce anti-HSV-Ⅰantibody of IgG or IgM type after stimulation. The anti-HSV-I antibody response of lympb0cytes ...
  Published online: 5 Sep 1991
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