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THE MEDIATOR OF CELLULAR IMMUNITY : VII. LOCALIZATION OF SENSITIZED LYMPHOCYTES IN INFLAMMATORY EXUDATES
Peritoneal exudates induced in rats infected with Listeria monocytogenes contain sensitized lymphocytes which can protect normal recipients against a Listeria challenge. The protective cells arise inExpand
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Tularaemia in the rat. I. The cellular basis on host resistance to infection.
Rats infected with the live vaccine strain (LVS) of Francisella tularensis develop in vivo and in vitro evidence of cellular hypersensitivity and a concomitant state of cellular resistance toExpand
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THE MEDIATOR OF CELLULAR IMMUNITY VI. EFFECT OF THE ANTIMITOTIC DRUG VINBLASTINE ON THE MEDIATOR OF CELLULAR RESISTANCE TO INFECTION
The antimitotic drug vinblastine (Vbl) has a profound impact upon the specifically sensitized lymphocytes that transfer cellular resistance to Listeria monocytogenes. A 12-h pulse of the drug givenExpand
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The mediator of cellular immunity. X. Interaction of macrophages and specifically sensitized lymphocytes.
Abstract Specifically sensitized lymphocytes have a focusing influence on mononuclear phagocytes that is expressed in the local accumulation and division of macrophages in bacteria-induced exudates.Expand
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The mediator of cellular immunity. XII. Inhibition of activated T cells by Newcastle disease virus
Newcastle disease virus (NDV) can interact in at least two ways with rat T cells. By adsorbing to circulating lymphocytes, the virus can transiently deflect the cells from lymph nodes andExpand
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The subjective effects of dagga: including comparative studies with Britain and America.
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The mediator of cellular immunity. VIII. Effect of mitomycin C on specifically sensitized lymphocytes.
Abstract The antimitotic agent, mitomycin C, was used to probe cellular events underlying the expression of acquired resistance to L. monocytogenes in the rat. It was found that thoracic ductExpand
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Effect of Mycobacterium bovis BCG vaccination upon Mycobacterium lepraemurium infection.
Mice were infected with 10(8) Mycobacterium lepraemurium in the footpad (unsuppressed mice), and some of these animals were concurrently given 10(9) heat-killed M. lepraemurium intravenouslyExpand
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Host defenses in murine malaria: humoral immunity to Plasmodium berghei in mice.
  • J. Murphy, P. Logie
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of tropical medicine and…
  • 1 May 1984
Humoral immunity to Plasmodium berghei infection of F1 hybrid B6D2 (C57B1/6 X DBA/2) mice was investigated using an immune serum prepared from mice which survived a lethal challenge of erythrocyticExpand
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The dagga smoker: a survey.
An analysis is made of a questionnaire answered by 105 dagga smokers in the Johannesburg area.
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