Development of delayed hypersensitivity responses in Mycobacterium lepraemurium infections in resistant and susceptible strains of mice.


C57Bl mice are relatively resistant to a moderate subcutaneous infection with Mycobacterium lepraemurium while BALB/c mice are much more susceptible. Cutaneous delayed hypersensitivity reactions which develop in the first 3 weeks of infection were compared in these two strains of mice. Both strains gave a peak of delayed hypersensitivity between 6 and 10… (More)


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