Antigen-specific molecules, commonly termed 'factors', have been shown to be released from helper and suppressor T cells. These factors mimic the activity of the cells that secrete them and there is much speculation about the relationship of antigen-specific factors to T-cell receptors for antigen. We have raised a variety of antisera in rabbits which were shown to react against conserved 'constant' determinants on either helper or suppressor factors independently of antigenic specificity or ...Expand abstract
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A monoclonal antibody against antigen-specific helper factor augments T-cell help.
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