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1989). , 1984) in terms of their immunosuppressive effects and antigenic structures. The findings collectively suggest that GIF treatment facilitates the generation of antigen-specific supressor T cells, which produces antigen-specific TsF upon antigenic stimulation. 36 KIMISHIGE ISHIZAKA D. CONSTRUCTION OF ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC SUPPRESSOR T CELL FROM ANTIGEN-PRIMED T CELLPOPULATIONS HYBRIDOMAS Since the in vivo treatment of OVA-primedmice with nonspecific GIF facilitated the generation of suppressor T cells which produce their own GIE attempts were made to reproduce the effects of GIF in Vitro.

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