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Differential expression of migratory inhibitory and migration stimulatory factors in two lines of mice genetically selected for high or low responsiveness to phytohemagglutinin. 1. Migration stimulatory factor(s) from T and B cells of immune spleen



Differential expression of migratory inhibitory and migration stimulatory factors in two lines of mice genetically selected for high or low responsiveness to phytohemagglutinin. 1. Migration stimulatory factor(s) from T and B cells of immune spleen



Experimental and Clinical Immunogenetics 8(3): 140-158



Expression of lymphokine migration inhibition factor in lines of mice selected for high or low lymph node cell response to phytohaemagglutinin was studied. The expression of both lymphokines was dependent on line and the immunizing dose of antigen.

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