PMID: 45924Jan 1, 1975

Significance of cellular interactions in the immune response

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
J F Miller

Abstract

Recent investigations relevant to T and B cell cooperation in humoral immunity are discussed from the following aspects: requirement for T cells in antibody responses; T cell facilitation of B cell responsiveness; T cell suppression of B cell responsiveness; evidence for a nonspecific influence of T cells on B cell responsiveness; relevance to clinical disorders.

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