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Action of thymic polypeptides of low molecular weight on some immune reactions at tissular and humoral level in guinea-pigs and mice.

Administration of the TP2 extract containing thymic polypeptides of low molecular weight (under 10,000 daltons) was found to stimulate the delayed hypersensitivity reaction in guinea-pigs injected with BCG. It was also found to reduce the hemagglutination titre in mice injected with the APR 8 influenza virus and to raise the antiflagellar agglutinins titre in rats injected with TH Salmonella vaccine. The cellular type of immune reactions was stronger than the humoral one.[1]

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  1. Action of thymic polypeptides of low molecular weight on some immune reactions at tissular and humoral level in guinea-pigs and mice. Milcu, S.M., Boeru, V., Prahoveanu, E., Briese, M.A., Petrescu, A., Săvulescu, M. Endocrinologie. (1980) [Pubmed]
 
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