V P Chernishov

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Mammary gland is assumed to function as a part of the common mucosal immune system. Lymphocytes observed in the mammary gland derived their origin from precursor immunocompetent cells presented in BALT and GALT. In relation to local immunity of the other sites of the mucosal membranes, lymphocytes homing to the mammary gland are regulated by lactogenic(More)
It has been demonstrated that normal human newborns had significantly lower percentages of CD8+, CD11b+, CD16+ and CD56+, compared to adults, while no differences had been noted for the absolute numbers of these cells. Both the proportions and absolute numbers of CD57+ lymphocytes and cytotoxic T cells that mediate non-MHC-restricted cytotoxicity(More)
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