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The sensitivity of placental trophoblast cells to intraplacental and allogeneic cytotoxic lymphocytes.
- H. Pross, H. Mitchell, J. Werkmeister
- Biology, MedicineAmerican journal of reproductive immunology and…
- 1 May 1985
The results indicated that maternal NK cells are present among intraplacental lymphocytes, but that their activity is lower than that of peripheral blood lymphocytes and they are not stimulated by interferon to the same extent as peripheralBlood lymphocytes (PBL).
VH gene structure predicts a large potential anti-insulin repertoire.
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