The CD8 T cell compartment plays a dominant role in the deficiency of Brown-Norway rats to mount a proper type 1 immune response.

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Differential cytokine production by T cells plays an important role in regulating the nature of an immune response. In the rat, Brown-Norway (BN) and Lewis (LEW) strains differ markedly in their susceptibility to develop either type 1 or type 2-mediated autoimmune manifestations. BN rats are susceptible to type 2-dependent systemic autoimmunity, while LEW… (More)

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