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Differences in thymus dependency among the allo reactive t cell sub populations in their development graft vs. host reaction appears to be mediated by delayed type hyper sensitivity of tuberculin type






Cellular Immunology 81(2): 403-412

Differences in thymus dependency among the allo reactive t cell sub populations in their development graft vs. host reaction appears to be mediated by delayed type hyper sensitivity of tuberculin type

The effects of thymectomy at various times after birth, 1 and 7 days (Tx-1, Tx-7), on delayed footpad reactions, cell-mediated cytotoxicity (CMC), production of migration inhibitory factor (MIF) and graft-vs.-host reactions (GVHR) against allogeneic antigens were determined by experiments with 8-wk-old mice. Delayed footpad reactions were detected in Tx-1 mice, but CMC, production of MIF, and the ability to raise GVHR were not detected in such mice. CMC was detected in Tx-7 mice. The ability to raise GVHR and to produce MIF was abolished by thymectomy at 7 days after birth. The effector mechanism to mount a GVHR might be mediated by delayed-type hypersensitivity of tuberculin type rather than CMC to host antigens.

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