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J Exp Med. 1973 Jul 1;138(1):324-9.

Proliferation of B and T cells in mixed lymphocyte cultures.

Abstract

Electrophoretically fractionated CBA/Ca spleen T cells alone respond to allogeneic cells in one-way MLC and to PHA. They do not respond to E. coli LPS. B cells alone do not respond to allogeneic cells nor to PHA, but do respond to LPS. When karyotypically distinguishable syngeneic mixtures of T and B lymphocytes are stimulated with allogeneic cells, at the most 5% of mitoses on 5-9th culture day are of B cell origin. This indicates that B cells are not substantially recruited to proliferate in the MLC.

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PMC2180546
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