The nature of the effector cells of cell-mediated immune responses to Sendai and Kunz virus infections in mice.

@article{Anderson1979TheNO,
  title={The nature of the effector cells of cell-mediated immune responses to Sendai and Kunz virus infections in mice.},
  author={Marie D. Anderson and John R. Pattison and R. B. Heath},
  journal={British journal of experimental pathology},
  year={1979},
  volume={60 3},
  pages={314-9}
}
The development of virus-specific cell-mediated immune (CMI) responses to Sendai and Kunz virus infections of the respiratory tract of mice is described. In addition a heterotypic cell-mediated immune response develops during each of the virus infections. Cell depletion studies indicate that the effector cells of the virus-specific CMI responses are theta antigen bearing T lymphocytes. Similar studies of the heterotypic responses suggest that 2 cell types are involved, T lymphocytes and NK… CONTINUE READING

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