PMID: 5917547Aug 26, 1966

Immunization of normal mouse spleen cell suspensions in vitro

Science
R I Mishell, R W Dutton

Abstract

Dissociated cells from the spleens of unimmunized mice were cultured with and without various mammalian erythrocytes. Spleen cell suspensions cultured with heterologous red cells developed levels of hemolytic plaque-forming cells only one log(2) less than those seen in vivo. The reaction is specific for the in vitro immunizing erythrocytes. Antibody was demonstrated in the culture fluids.

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