Inflammatory lymphocyte in cell-mediated antibacterial immunity: factors governing the accumulation of mediator T cells in peritoneal exudates.


The lymphocytes which mediate immunity to infection with Listeria monocytogenes in the mouse accumulated in casein-induced peritoneal exudates. They were T cells, as evidenced by their susceptibility to anti-theta serum, but some were also destroyed by anti-immunoglobulin serum. For a given number of cells, exudate cells were at least six times more… (More)


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