RES and immune suppression in traumatic shock.

Abstract

Stimulation of reticuloendothelial function was previously shown to protect against the consequences of traumatic shock, but paradoxically RE stimulation appeared to decrease the number of antibody-forming cells that developed from immunization with heterologous erythrocytes. A decrease in the number of hemolytic plaque-forming cells (PFC) was absent in… (More)

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