Inhibition of blastogenic factor by alloantigen-activated human lymphocytes.


Human suppressor cells generated in mixed lymphocyte cultures (MLC) appear to inhibit both cellular proliferation and the mitogenic effects of blastogenic factor (BF). The results presented here indicate that the inhibition of BF by alloantigen-activated lymphocytes is not due to decreased lymphocyte proliferation as such, since BF normally produced by non… (More)


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