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THE EFFECT OF ANTI-LYMPHOCYTE GLOBULIN ON CELL-MEDIATED RESISTANCE TO INFECTION
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Four lines of evidence indicated that the suppression of anti-Listeria resistance with ALG depends upon destruction of immune lymphoid cells and not to any action it has on host macrophages, inferring that immunity to L. monocytogenes depends upon a two cell system in which the donor lymphoids cells provide the immunological reactivity to the organism and recipient macrophage provide the mechanism through which resistance is expressed.
Bilateral perforate nasopalatine communication in the human adult.
Proteus pyomyositis of the piriformis muscle in a swimmer.
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