Brain and Thymus Lipid Inhibition of Antibrain-associated Θ-cytotoxicity

@article{Esselman1974BrainAT,
  title={Brain and Thymus Lipid Inhibition of Antibrain-associated Θ-cytotoxicity},
  author={Walter J. Esselman and Harold C. Miller},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1974},
  volume={139},
  pages={445 - 450}
}
Reif and Allen (1-3) demonstrated that 0-antigen was present on the surface of mouse thymocytes and a number of murine leukemia cells, in brain tissue and, to a lesser extent, in lymph nodes and spleen. They later showed that 0-antigen was controlled by a single locus with two alleles: 8-AKR found in AKR mice, and 0-C3H found in most inbred strains of mice, including CBA. Golub (4) has employed the fact that 0-antigen is present in brain to produce an antibrain-associated 0-antiserum (BA0) 1 by… CONTINUE READING
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