The effect of antigen suicide on numbers of cells binding defined antigenic determinants.


Lymph node cells from guinea pigs immunized to oxidized ferredoxin (O-Fd) were treated in an antigen suicide procedure designed to inactivate lymphocytes binding the haptenic peptide determinants of the ferredoxin molecule. O-Fd-induced DNA synthesis and cells binding either peptide determinant were examined both before and after allowing suicide. The… (More)


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