Defective induction of antigen-reactive proliferating T cells in B cell-deprived mice. II. Anti-mu treatment affects the initiation and recruitment of T cells.

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Mice injected from day of birth onwards with rabbit anti-mouse IgM (antim-mu) antibodies were found to be B cell-deficient and defective for the induction of antigen-reactive proliferating T cells (TPRLF). This defective induction was not due to the absence of circulating antigen-specific antibodies since the daily injections of such antibodies during… (More)

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@article{Ron1983DefectiveIO, title={Defective induction of antigen-reactive proliferating T cells in B cell-deprived mice. II. Anti-mu treatment affects the initiation and recruitment of T cells.}, author={Yacov Ron and Patrick de Baetselier and Esther Tzehoval and John Gordon and Moshe Feldman and Shraga Segal}, journal={European journal of immunology}, year={1983}, volume={13 2}, pages={167-71} }