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Cutaneous basophil hypersensitivity. II. A light and electron microscopic description.
Morphologic changes in draining lymph nodes and in lymphocyte cultures after sensitization with complete or incomplete Freund's adjuvant. Correlation with immunologic events in vivo and in culture.
Morphology of delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions in the guinea pig cornea.
Immunologic unresponsiveness in the adult guinea pig. 3. Variation of the antigen and vehicle of suppression. Induction of unresponsiveness in the adult rat.
Heterogeneity of the cellular immune response. I. Kinetics of lymphocyte stimulation during sensitization and recovery from tolerance.
IMMUNOLOGIC UNRESPONSIVENESS IN THE ADULT GUINEA PIG. I. SUPPRESSION OF DELAYED HYPERSENSITIVITY AND ANTIBODY FORMATION TO PROTEIN ANTIGENS.
Immunologic unresponsiveness in the adult guinea pig. IV. Induction of unresponsiveness with aggregated serum proteins.
Cutaneous basophil hypersensitivity. 3. Participation of the basophil in hypersensitivity to antigen-antibody complexes, delayed hypersensitivity and contact allergy. Passive transfer.
Chemotaxis of basophils by lymphocyte-dependent and lymphocyte-independent mechanisms.
Heterogeneity of the cellular immune response. II. The role of adjuvant, lymphocyte stimulation in cutaneous basophil hypersensitivity.
Cutaneous basophil hypersensitivity. I. A new look at the Jones-Mote reaction, general characteristics.