Ontogeny of con A and PHA responses of chicken blood cells in MHC-compatible lines 6(3) and 7(2).

@article{Fredericksen1983OntogenyOC,
  title={Ontogeny of con A and PHA responses of chicken blood cells in MHC-compatible lines 6(3) and 7(2).},
  author={Tom L. Fredericksen and Douglas G. Gilmour},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={1983},
  volume={130 6},
  pages={2528-33}
}
The development of T cell responsiveness to Con A and PHA was examined in two MHC-compatible inbred chicken lines, RPRL 6(3) and 7(2), at ages 2 to 118 days posthatching. These lines are respectively resistant or susceptible to Marek's disease, a naturally occurring, virally induced T cell lymphoma. Between-line comparisons were made of optimal in vitro responses of diluted serum-free blood cells to each mitogen in two groups of chicks tested over ages 2 to 63 and 41 to 118 days. Over 2 to 63… CONTINUE READING

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