Lyt-23+ cyclophosphamide-sensitive T cells regulate the activity of an interleukin 2 inhibitor in vivo


Sera of thymus-bearing normal mice contain high levels of Interleukin 2 (II-2) inhibitor, whereas sera of athymic nu/nu mice do not. Evidence is presented that cyclophosphamide-sensitive Lyt-23+ T cells induce high II-2 inhibitor activity in the recipient nu/nu mice in the course of a graft-vs.-host reaction. The II-2 inhibitor has an approximately 50,000… (More)


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