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Abstract

Summary

The claim that passive transfer of homograft sensitivity could be achieved by the “injection of the supernatant obtained from tissue-sensitized lymphoid cells … by sonic vibration” (Najarian and Feldman, 1963) has been investigated. We repeated the original experiments, but could not confirm the observation; furthermore, we could not transfer homograft sensitivity passively with extracts of sonicated sensitised lymphoid tissue from different sites (spleen or pooled lymph-nodes or draining lymph-nodes), or with extracts of lymphoid tissue of mice sensitised with grafts from several strains. In our hands, extracts of sonicated sensitised lymphoid tissue invariably failed to produce accelerated graft rejection.

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1969-08-01
2019-12-09
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