Lymphocytes sensitized against HLA-A and B region-compatible, HLA-D region-incompatible stimulators were cytotoxic for target cells having the correct HLA-D antigens. This form of cytotoxicity was inhibited by platelet-absorbed pregnancy sera containing antibodies to the HLA-DR antigens of the target cells but not by sera with antibodies against other DR antigens. This form of CML was also inhibited by unlabeled monocytes and B cells of the relevant HLA-D specificity but not by T lymphocytes from the same donors.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||4|
|State||Published - Jan 1 1979|
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