By Henry G. Kunkel (ed.), Frank J. Dixon (ed.)
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Rosenstreich and associates (1976), however, made a detailed study of the response of lymph node lymphocytes to PHA and found it to be macrophage dependent. The response was not affected by depleting macrophages by a single passage of lymphoid cells through columns containing nylon wool and glass beads, although the same cells failed to respond to the antigen DNPovalbumin to which the guinea pigs were immunized. A second passage of cells through a nylon-wool column resulted in a complete lack of responsiveness to PHA.
T cells were incubated with macrophages (M4)and phytohemagglutinin(PHA) in the presence or the absence of Zmercaptoethanol. ] rophages. The relationship between the T-cell growth factor and the macrophage Droducts is discussed at more length in Section II1,C. The T-cell proliferation required macrophages. Actually, mac- MACROPHAGES IN ANTIGENIC STIMULATION 21 rophages or T cells could be treated with the chemicals and then mixed with the other untreated cells and still generate a proliferative response (Greineder and Rosenthal, 1975b).
1979). , 1978). In contrast to classical mononuclear phagocytes, the Langerhans cells contained few lysosomes and showed little pinocytic activity. , 1961). , 1978a,b, 1980). They isolated epidermal cells and selected by density gradient those bearing Fc receptors and capable of binding opsonized red cells. This Langerhans cell-rich fraction was added with antigen (ovalbumin) to cultures of immune T cells from syngeneic or allogeneic strains of guinea pigs. A strong proliferative response was obtained by ovalbumin presented in Langerhans cells, but only in syngeneic combinations.
Advances in Immunology, Vol. 31 by Henry G. Kunkel (ed.), Frank J. Dixon (ed.)