Summary: The toxicity of T-2 toxin towards mouse lymphoid cells prepared from spleen, thymus, peritoneal lavage and bone marrow cells was studied. Bone marrow cells were more resistant to damage by T-2 toxin than thymus, spleen and peritoneal cell preparations.


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