Immunoregulation in experimental filariasis. II. Responses to parasite and nonparasite antigens in jirds with Brugia pahangi.

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Chronic B. pahangi infection (greater than or equal to 5 mo) in the jird, Meriones unguiculatus, leads to the induction of adherent nonspecific suppressor cells that are capable of modulating the in vitro mitogen responsiveness of spleen cells. In the present studies, a correlation between suppression of mitogen responsiveness and lack of reactivity to B… (More)

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@article{Lammie1983ImmunoregulationIE, title={Immunoregulation in experimental filariasis. II. Responses to parasite and nonparasite antigens in jirds with Brugia pahangi.}, author={Patrick J. Lammie and Sandra Katz}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={1983}, volume={130 3}, pages={1386-9} }