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A role for complement receptor-like molecules in iron acquisition by Candida albicans
Candida albicans, an opportunistic fungal pathogen of humans, is dependent upon iron for growth. Consequently, human serum inhibits C. albicans growth due to the presence of high affinityExpand
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Induction of anti-MuLV cytotoxic T lymphocytes in the AKR.H-2b and AKR.H-2b:Fv-1b mouse strains.
Following secondary in vitro sensitization with AKR/Gross virus-induced tumors, AKR.H-2b:Fv-1b mice develop cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) specific for AKR/Gross viral antigens. It has recently beenExpand
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Protection against murine disseminated candidiasis mediated by a Candida albicans-specific T-cell line.
The role of T lymphocytes in disseminated candidiasis in a mouse model of irradiation-induced immunosuppression was investigated. A continuously cultured Candida albicans-specific T-cell lineExpand
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Cutting Edge: T Cells from Aged Mice Are Resistant to Depletion Early During Virus Infection1
Aging is associated with decreased expansion of T cells upon stimulation. In young mice, infection induces a transient T cell depletion followed by the development of an Ag-specific T cell responseExpand
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Murine leukemia virus infection in immunocompetent adult mice.
The course of infection of a chronic murine leukemia virus (MuLV), E-55+, which induces thymic lymphoma/leukemia in 100% of mice infected as adults, was followed after inoculation of virus into adultExpand
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Specific infection of central nervous system white matter by a variant of gross murine leukemia virus.
Exposure of neonatal Balb.B mice to a variant of Gross murine leukemia virus, termed WB91-GV, resulted in selective white matter infection within the central nervous system. Viral antigens wereExpand
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Inhibition of virus-induced murine diabetes by an interferon inducer.
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Effect of interferon on thoracic duct lymphocyte output: induction with either poly I:poly C or vaccinia virus.
Systemic inoculation of the interferon (IFN) inducer polyinosinic-polycytidylic polyribonucleotide (poly I:poly C) into CBA/J mice produces a significant decrease in the number of thoracic ductExpand
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Interferon-gamma, interferon-alpha/beta, and tumor necrosis factor differentially affect major histocompatibility complex class I expression in murine leukemia virus-induced tumor cell lines.
Tumor cell lines induced by Gross murine leukemia virus were examined for cell-surface major histocompatibility complex class I expression. Three of five cell lines constitutively express H-2K andExpand
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Induction of interferon in AKR mice by murine leukaemia viruses
A high percentage of AKR mice develop spontaneous leukaemia which has been shown to be associated with the early expression of ecotropic murine leukaemia virus (MuLV)1 and the subsequent expressionExpand
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