Enhancement of anti-sheep erythrocyte plaque-forming cell levels by cimetidine in vivo.

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Previous studies demonstrated an immunomodulatory role for cimetidine in contact sensitivity responses in vivo. The present experiments have examined the effects of cimetidine upon in vivo antibody production. When given intravenously, cimetidine treatment consistently resulted in enhanced numbers of IgM plaque-forming cells (PFC) following immunization… (More)

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@article{Cleveland1987EnhancementOA, title={Enhancement of anti-sheep erythrocyte plaque-forming cell levels by cimetidine in vivo.}, author={Rebecca Cleveland and A. Kumar}, journal={Immunopharmacology}, year={1987}, volume={14 3}, pages={145-50} }