In vitro effect of murine-derived transfer factor on Salmonella-specific rosette formation.

Abstract

The splenic lymphocytes from Salmonella-immune ICR Swiss or C3H/HeJ mice formed greater than 0.2% antigen-specific rosettes with sheep erythrocytes coated with a spent-medium protein antigen of Salmonella typhimurium. These rosette-forming lymphocytes were found to be sensitive to the effects of antithymocyte serum plus complement. Transfer factor prepared… (More)

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@article{Smith1982InVE, title={In vitro effect of murine-derived transfer factor on Salmonella-specific rosette formation.}, author={R. A. Smith and Atsunobu Esa}, journal={Infection and immunity}, year={1982}, volume={38 2}, pages={588-91} }