cytel1 at cerf.net
Wed Sep 7 11:19:08 EST 1994
In Article <5Uxx2BE.flloyd at delphi.com>, Frank Lloyd Jr <flloyd at delphi.com>
>What is the current opinion on immunosurveilance? In the in vivo
>model is there a rough estimate of how many effector cells would be needed
>for a response?
In theory one effecto cell should be sufficient, since after its stimulation
it will become activated and will divide to higher cell numbers. In regards
to immune surveillance, the immune cells will become activated by any
antigen that its presented in the "correct" way, unless those cell
precursors have been deleted in the thymus.
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