Reports

Transfėr of Allergic Encephalomyelitis by Lymph Node Cells in Inbred Guinea Pigs

Science  01 Sep 1961:
Vol. 134, Issue 3479, pp. 619-620
DOI: 10.1126/science.134.3479.619

Abstract

Severe or lethal allergic encephalomyelitis was transferred between histocompatible guinea pigs by lymphoid cells capable of persistence in a viable state in the recipient. For optimum induction of passive disease, cells must be transferred before the day on which the disease becomes manifest in the donor.

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