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Flower Pollen Extract and its Effect on Immunity General immunological properties of fat-soluble ( Cernitin GBX ) and water-soluble ( Cernitin T 60 ) pollen extracts

@inproceedings{Samochowiec2017FlowerPE,
  title={Flower Pollen Extract and its Effect on Immunity General immunological properties of fat-soluble ( Cernitin GBX ) and water-soluble ( Cernitin T 60 ) pollen extracts},
  author={L. Samochowiec and J. Gieldanowski and J. W{\'o}jciki},
  year={2017}
}
  • L. Samochowiec, J. Gieldanowski, J. Wójciki
  • Published 2017
  • The immunological properties of fat-soluble (Cernitin GBX) and water-soluble (Cernitin T60) pollen extracts were examined in vivo and in vitro. For investigations in vitro we used the water-soluble pollen extract (T60), and in vivo the fat-soluble form (GBX). The aim of the in vivo experiments was to evaluate their effect on IgG antibody production, their capability of rosette formation (E-RFC) and cell indicating IgM-plaqueforming cells (PFC) hemolysins. Also observations were made on the… CONTINUE READING

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