Cellular versus humoral immunology: a century-long dispute

@article{Silverstein2003CellularVH,
  title={Cellular versus humoral immunology: a century-long dispute},
  author={A. Silverstein},
  journal={Nature Immunology},
  year={2003},
  volume={4},
  pages={425-428}
}
Historical insight: Immunology's founding fathers argued fiercely about whether Metchnikoff's phagocytes or Ehrlich's antibodies were the most important mediators of immunity. Antibodies won out, but even after lymphocytes re-established cellular immunology, the humoralist-cellularist divide persisted. 
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