Autologous stimulation of human lymphocyte subpopulation.

Abstract

The background stimulation universally seen when lymphocytes are cultured in vitro has been shown to be markedly lowered by reducing the proportion of B lymphocytes. B-rich fractions of lymphocytes had extremely high background stimulation. It is concluded that stimulation of T cells, probably by autologous B cells, provides the most probable explanation for the findings described.

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@article{Opelz1975AutologousSO, title={Autologous stimulation of human lymphocyte subpopulation.}, author={Gerhard Opelz and Misa Kiuchi and Masayuki Takasugi and Paul I. Terasaki}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, year={1975}, volume={142 5}, pages={1327-33} }