Immunoregulatory responses in experimental disseminated histoplasmosis: depression of T-cell-dependent and T-effectory responses by activation of splenic suppressor cells.

@article{Artz1979ImmunoregulatoryRI,
  title={Immunoregulatory responses in experimental disseminated histoplasmosis: depression of T-cell-dependent and T-effectory responses by activation of splenic suppressor cells.},
  author={R P Artz and Ward E. Bullock},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={1979},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={893-902}
}
The cellular immune responses of mice with disseminated histoplasmosis are markedly diminished in association with the generation of potent immunosuppressor activity by spleen cells. The zenith of suppressor activity was observed during most active infection, from 1 to 3 weeks after inoculation. During this time there was: (i) depression of the delayed-type hypersensitivity response to sheep erythrocytes and histoplasmin, (ii) impairment of concanavalin A- and histoplasmin-induced blastogenic… CONTINUE READING

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