Immunobiological studies with mycobacterial ribonucleic acid-protein complex: Part I--Immune responses and protective role against experimental tuberculosis.

Abstract

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) isolated from M. tuberculosis H37Ra was found to be native in nature as determined by hyperchromicity studies using ribonuclease. Mycobacterial RNA-protein (Myc. RNA-P) when injected as RNA-P-FIA complexes induced weak humoral immune responses and strong cell-mediated immune (CMI) responses which were directed against Myc. RNA… (More)

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@article{Pancholi1990ImmunobiologicalSW, title={Immunobiological studies with mycobacterial ribonucleic acid-protein complex: Part I--Immune responses and protective role against experimental tuberculosis.}, author={Prantik Pancholi and Vandana Vinayak and G. K. Khuller}, journal={Indian journal of experimental biology}, year={1990}, volume={28 2}, pages={119-26} }