PMID: 109519May 1, 1979

Adaptive differentiation of murine lymphocytes. III. T and B lymphocytes display reciprocal preference for one another to develop optimal interacting partner cell sets

The Journal of Immunology : Official Journal of the American Association of Immunologists
D H Katz

Abstract

Responses to the synthetic terpolymer L-glutanmic acid, L-lysine, L-phenylalanine (GLphi) and hapten derivatives thereof are controlled by two complementing H-2 linked Ir genes in the mouse. F1 hybrids derived from two different nonresponder strains (one of which possesses the alpha and the other beta Ir-GLphi gene) are phenotypic responders to GLphi and 2,4-dinitrophenyl (DNP)-GLphi. Moreover, spleen cells from DNP-GLphi-primed F1 mice can adoptively transfer secondary anti-DNP antibody responses to irradiate been challenged with DNP-GLphi. When, however, GLphi-primed F1 helper T cells are transfered together with the DNP-specific F1 B cells that had been primed in separate mice altogether by DNP coupled to an unrelated protein carrier, such mixtures failed to develop adequate adoptive secondary anti-DNP responses to DNP-GLphi. This contrasted with the ability of the same GLphi-primed F1 T cells to provide helper activity for DNP-primed B cells from responder recombinant B10.A (5R) mice. More important, the apparent defect of GLphi-primed F1 T cells in providing help for DNP-primed F1 B cells (primed to a DNP-protein conjugate) could be readily overcome by using DNP-primed B cells from donor F1 mice primed with DNP-GLphi. As d...Continue Reading

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