Ocular antigens VIII: assay of delayed hypersensitivity to corneal epithelium in the rabbit.

@article{Brinkman1978OcularAV,
  title={Ocular antigens VIII: assay of delayed hypersensitivity to corneal epithelium in the rabbit.},
  author={C. J. J. Brinkman and M P Oerlemans-van Zutphen and R. M. Broekhuyse},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1978},
  volume={62 2},
  pages={100-4}
}
Rabbits were sensitised with complete bovine corneal epithelium. The lymphocyte stimulation test was performed with the lymphocytes of these rabbits using the soluble and sonicated insoluble fraction of the corneal epithelium as the antigens. A striking difference existed in the optimal test conditions for these antigen fractions. By comparing the results of the lymphocyte stimulation test with other immunological parameters, namely, skin test reaction, antibody titre, and phytohaemagglutinin… CONTINUE READING

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