Cellular immune reactions and blood cerebrospinal fluid barrier dysfunction in guinea pigs

@article{Reiber1988CellularIR,
  title={Cellular immune reactions and blood cerebrospinal fluid barrier dysfunction in guinea pigs},
  author={Hansotto Reiber and Bernd Kitze and Monique Link and Roland Wagner},
  journal={Neurochemical Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={463-466}
}
Both young and adult strain 13 guinea pigs have been treated with complete Freund's adjuvant (CFA). In young animals CFA induced an increase in the lymphocyte cell count in blood and a reversible blood CSF barrier impairment. Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A. In contrast to the young animals treatment with CFA in adult strain 13 guinea pigs influenced neither the lymphocyte cell count nor blood CSF barrier function. In young and adult CFA… CONTINUE READING

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Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
Both these effects could be suppressed by the immunosuppressant drug Cyclosporin A.
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