Suppression of the human allogenetic response in vitro with primed lymphocytes and suppressive supernates.

Abstract

Human lymphocytes primed in vitro by allogeneic cells develop lymphocyte populations with different functions. Cells with a memory of the allogeneic contact and cytotoxic effectors have been identified previously. We now report on a third lymphocyte population generated by repeated in vitro sensitization. This is of suppressor lymphocytes that can inhibit… (More)

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@article{Sasportes1980SuppressionOT, title={Suppression of the human allogenetic response in vitro with primed lymphocytes and suppressive supernates.}, author={Maryline Sasportes and Emma Edwina Wollman and D. Cohen and Edgardo Delfino Carosella and Armand Bensussan and Didier Fradelizi and Jean B. Dausset}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, year={1980}, volume={152 2 Pt 2}, pages={270s-283s} }