PMID: 108209Apr 1, 1979

Genetic determination of the immune response in mice to cells of different histological type

Immunology
V A LavrovskyV A Razvorotnev

Abstract

The intensity of the cellular immune response to strong transplantation antigens of the H-2 complex is related to the histological type of cells taken for immunization. Splenic cells from C3H mice immunized BALB/c mice better than cells of non-lymphoid origin from the same donor. The reverse was observed when, instead of BALB/c mice, C57B1/6 and A/He were used in immunization experiments. Analysis of the inheritance of this immunization pattern studied in mice of the first generation from various crosses between strains (BALB/c, C57B1/6 and A/He) and in mice from backcrosses has demonstrated that this immunization pattern is not inherited as a simple Mendelian character. Therefore, it could be supposed that efficiency of immunological control of cells having different histological types, may be genetically determined.

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Transplantation, Homologous

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