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Antibody response in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) II. Studies on the kinetics of development of antibody-producing cells and on complement and natural hemolysin.
Gel filtration of normal trout and salmon sera on Sephadex G-200 yielded a pattern with three major protein peaks; complement activity necessary for plaque formation or for tube hemolysis was limitedExpand
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Canine oral papillomatosis. II. Immunologic aspects of the disease.
Summary The subcutaneous and intramuscular injection of canine oral papilloma virus preparations with adjuvants into young dogs 2–3 weeks before inoculation of virus into the oral mucosa preventedExpand
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Canine oral papillomatosis. II. Immunologic aspects of the disease.
Summary The subcutaneous and intramuscular injection of canine oral papilloma virus preparations with adjuvants into young dogs 2–3 weeks before inoculation of virus into the oral mucosa preventedExpand
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Homograft Target Cells: Specific Destruction in vitro by Contact Interaction with Immune Macrophages
Specific adherence and mutual immunologic destruction occurred after contact in vitro of immune peritoneal macrophages from C57BI/6K mice with homograft target cells from A/Jax mice. Cell destructionExpand
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Factors in delayed sensitivity: lymphocyte and macrophage cytotoxins in the tuberculin reaction.
Highly purified lymph node and spleen lymphocytes and lung macrophages obtained from normal and tuberculin sensitive guinea pigs were cultured in vitro with tuberculin purified protein derivativeExpand
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Homograft Target Cells: Contact Destruction in vitro by Immune Macrophages
Specific adherence of immune macrophages to monolayers of target cells is a passive phenomenon which represents only the first step in the mutually destructive interaction of immune macrophages andExpand
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The Tuberculin Reaction. I. Passive Transfer of Tuberculin Sensitivity with Cells of Tuberculous Guinea Pigs.∗ †
Summary Homologous passive transfer of tuberculin sensitivity was accomplished with the peritoneal and splenic cells of guinea pigs infected with the B.C.G. strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. TheExpand
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Studies on the role of serotonin and mast cells in anaphylaxis of the mouse produced with soluble antigen-antibody complexes.
Summary The influence of various treatments on the anaphylactic response of the Swiss-Webster mouse to challenge with a soluble antigen-antibody complex composed of bovine serum albumin-antibovineExpand
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A tuberculostatic serum substance possessing lysozyme-like properties.
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