Secondary in vitro responses of T lymphocytes to non-H-2 alloantigens self-H-2-restricted responses induced in heterologous serum are not dependent on primary-stimulating non-H-2 alloantigens

@article{Peck1977SecondaryIV,
  title={Secondary in vitro responses of T lymphocytes to non-H-2 alloantigens self-H-2-restricted responses induced in heterologous serum are not dependent on primary-stimulating non-H-2 alloantigens},
  author={Ammon Broughton Peck and Leif C Andersson and Hans Wigzell},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1977},
  volume={145},
  pages={802 - 818}
}
The role of non-H-2 alloantigens, specifically Mls locus products, in secondary in vitro T-cell-mediated cytotoxicity has been studied. Splenic T lymphocytes, activated against Mls locus alloantigens in primary-mixed cultures and isolated by velocity sedimentation gradient separation techniques, were used as responding populations in secondary mixed leukocyte cultures (MLCs) and cell-mediated lympholysis (CML). Such T-cell clones could be shown to exhibit either "self"-H-2-restricted or anti… CONTINUE READING

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