Lymph node accessory cells in the immune response

@article{Kamperdijk1984LymphNA,
  title={Lymph node accessory cells in the immune response},
  author={Dr. E. W. A. Kamperdijk and Martin van den Berg and Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1984},
  volume={237},
  pages={39-42}
}
The immune response in the rat parathymic lymph node was studied after administration of antigen into the peritoneal cavity. Special attention was paid to the accessory cells,which might induce the response. During the induction phase of the response a heterogeneous population of non-lymphoid mononuclear cells was present in the subcapsular sinus and the cortex of the node. These cells resemble “veiled cells” described in skin draining lymph and interdigitating cells in the paracortex of skin… CONTINUE READING
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