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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Mounting experimental data suggest that the homograft reaction is intimately related to the small lymphocyte. It is evident that both the afferent and efferent arcs of transplant immunity are dependent upon the intactness of the lymphoid system. The lymphocyte has the ability to recognize the foreign antigen, is involved in the activity of cell-bound antibodies, and may be involved in the inductive processes leading to antibody formation.
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