Inhibition of an in vitro antibody response by a suppressor cell in normal bone marrow

Cellular Immunology
J S CorveseS R Cooperband

Abstract

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References

Nov 1, 1969·Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine·M B Rittenberg, K L Pratt

Citations

Apr 29, 1998·Stem Cells·K SugiuraS Ikehara
Jan 1, 1980·Journal of Immunological Methods·E M Levy
May 1, 1982·The American Journal of Anatomy·K Dorshkind, C Rosse

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Metazoa
Antibody Formation
Lymphocyte Immune Globulin, Anti-Thymocyte Globulin (Equine)
B-Lymphocytes
Marrow
Cell Adhesion
Hemolytic Complement
Erythrocytes
Ficoll
Goat

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