Stimulation of peripheral blood lymphocytes by herpes simplex virus in vitro.

Abstract

A method for stimulating sensitized lymphocytes by inactivated herpes simplex virus was established by using cultures of washed whole blood cells. The development of the immune response of herpes simplex virus-infected guinea pigs was examined at different times in the 4-month period after infection. Humoral and cellular immune responses were compared in individual animals by measuring lymphocyte stimulation ratios and neutralizing serum antibodies.

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@article{Scriba1974StimulationOP, title={Stimulation of peripheral blood lymphocytes by herpes simplex virus in vitro.}, author={Marianne Scriba}, journal={Infection and immunity}, year={1974}, volume={10 3}, pages={430-6} }