Induction of allergic encephalomyelitis using hydrosoluble mycobacterial fractions.

Abstract

Experimental allergic encephalomyelitis has been induced in guinea pigs employing bovine myelin basic protein as the antigen and a hydrosoluble tetrasaccharide-heptapeptide from delipidated cells of the human mycobacterial strain H37Ra as adjuvant. The maximum response was observed using 33 mug of antigen and 12.5 mug of adjuvant per animal.

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@article{Westall1976InductionOA, title={Induction of allergic encephalomyelitis using hydrosoluble mycobacterial fractions.}, author={Fred Westall and Michelle L. Thompson and Dani{\`e}le Migliore-Samour and Pierre Joll{\`e}s}, journal={European journal of immunology}, year={1976}, volume={5 7}, pages={504-5} }