[Ir-gene control of rat T-lymphocyte proliferation in response to Ig allotype].

@article{Kubarko1986IrgeneCO,
  title={[Ir-gene control of rat T-lymphocyte proliferation in response to Ig allotype].},
  author={A. I. Kubarko and V. V. Tsaryuk},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={101},
  pages={719-721}
}
: Antigen-induced T-cell proliferation in vitro was adapted to the estimation of antiallotypic response to Igk-Ib immunoglobulin k chain allotype of MSU/b and Fisher rats in WAG, August and FI (WAG X August) rats. August and FI rat T lymphocytes responded to Igk-Ib alloantigen with stimulation indexes (SI) 3.8-5.0 (high responders), while WAG rat T lymphocytes showed practically no response (SI 0.9-1.8--low responders). These results correlate well with our previous findings of Ir-gene… 
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