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Studies of depressed interleukin-2 production by spleen cells from mice following infection with cytomegalovirus

, : Studies of depressed interleukin-2 production by spleen cells from mice following infection with cytomegalovirus. Archives of Virology 99(1-2): 1-8

Spleen cells from mice infected with virulent and avirulent strains of murine cytomegalovirus showed depressed interleukin-2 production after ConA stimulation. Cell-mixing experiments indicated that this was due to a primary defect in non adherent cells. Spleen cells infected in vitro were also studied.


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