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Response of peripheral blood lymphocytes from rabbits to Candida albicans antigens

Response of peripheral blood lymphocytes from rabbits to Candida albicans antigens

Bulletin de L'academie Polonaise des Sciences. Serie des Sciences Biologiques 22(5): 293-298

The stimulating properties of C. albicans and its fractions were found to induce only slightly (c. 2%) blastic transformation of lymphocytes in non-immunized rabbits. The same stimulants used in cultures of lymphocytes from rabbits hyperimmunized with C. albicans cells produced blastic cells in 20%.

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