Antibody forming cells in long-term culture of rabbit bone marrow cells.

Abstract

Bone marrow cells from 4 LPS-immunized rabbits were cultured in liquid media for 10 weeks and anti-LPS direct plaque-forming cells were enumerated periodically. Plaque-forming cells decreased for the first 2-4 weeks then increased without addition of LPS. This increase in the number of plaque-forming cells might be ascribed to the differentiation of committed precursors and/or the proliferation of plaque-forming cells.

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@article{Izumi1981AntibodyFC, title={Antibody forming cells in long-term culture of rabbit bone marrow cells.}, author={Hiroshi Izumi and K. J. Mori and Yoko Ito}, journal={Biomedicine / [publiée pour l'A.A.I.C.I.G.]}, year={1981}, volume={35 6}, pages={193-5} }