Alteration of clonal profile. I. Effect of sublethal irradiation on the responses to phosphorylcholine in BALB/c mice

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BALB/c mice exhibit greater than 90% H8 clonal dominance in the immune response to phosphorylcholine. Adult mice exposed to 500 rads were initally unable to produce a humoral immune response to both phosphorylcholine and trinitrophenol antigens, and the direct plaque-forming cell response was slowly regained over several weeks. Clonotypic analysis wity… (More)

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@article{Kaplan1978AlterationOC, title={Alteration of clonal profile. I. Effect of sublethal irradiation on the responses to phosphorylcholine in BALB/c mice}, author={D. R. Kaplan and Jullyana de Souza Siqueira Quintans}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine}, year={1978}, volume={148}, pages={987 - 995} }