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Clin Exp Immunol. 1981 Jul;45(1):152-7.

Role of macrophages in T lymphocyte response to Candida allergen in man with special reference to HLA-D and DR.

Abstract

Activation of naturally sensitized human T lymphocytes to Candida allergen was studied using three HLA-D and DR heterozygote Japanese cells (Dw1.DR1/DYT.DR4, Dw12.DR2/DYT.DR4, DYT.DR4/DEn.DR blank) and four HLA-D and DR homozygote cells (Dw1.DR1, Dw12.DR2, DYT.DR4, DEn.DR blank). In vitro activation of T lymphocytes to Candida allergen was found to require the presence of autologous or allogeneic compatible HLA-Dw1.DR1 and Dw12.DR2 macrophages.

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7030536
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PMC1537241
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