Stimulation of mixed lymphocyte cultures and cytotoxic responses: evidence that T cells express SD but not LD antigens, whereas B cells express both.

  • Euan Simpson
  • Published 1976 in European journal of immunology


By separating T and B cells from stimulator spleens it has been found that mixed lymphocyte response (MLR) and cytotoxic cells are generated in responder T cell populations by B but not by T stimulator cells in a wide variety of strain combinations. It is suggested that MLR-stimulating or LD antigens are expressed on B but not T cells, and that their… (More)


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