T cells in a suppressor circuit and non-T: non-B cells bear different 1-J determinants

@article{Murphy1981TCI,
  title={T cells in a suppressor circuit and non-T: non-B cells bear different 1-J determinants},
  author={Donal B. Murphy and Katsumi Yamauchi and Sonoko Habu and Diane D. Eardley and Richard K. Gershon},
  journal={Immunogenetics},
  year={1981},
  volume={13},
  pages={205-213}
}
T cells involved in the generation of suppressor activity bear an I-J-subregion controlled determinant (e. g., J1) which is distinct from that (e. g., J1) found on non-T: non-13 accessory cells. T-cell subsets examined include Ly-1 inducer and Ly-1,2 acceptor cells which collaborate to generate suppressor activity in the in vitro sheep red blood cell antibody system. Non-T:non-B accessory cells examined include accessory cells involved in concanavalin-A induced, T-cell proliferative responses… CONTINUE READING