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Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–2): Sir Peter Medawar
Chapter 2 The mobile objectives for the motion of Adjuvants: T?Adjuvants and B?Adjuvants (pages 3–28): D. W. cloth wardrobe and Jennifer M. Phillips
Chapter three The Relation of Lymphocyte Trapping to the Mode of motion of Adjuvants (pages 29–45): P. Frost and E. M. Lance
Chapter four Immunopotentiation by way of Mycobacteria in whole Freund?Type Adjuvant because the Failure of ordinary Immunological Homeostasis (pages 47–72): R. G. White
Chapter five results of Adjuvants on various mobilephone kinds and Their Interactions in Immune Responses (pages 73–99): A. C. Allison
Chapter 6 mobile Mechanisms Underlying the Adjuvant task of Corynebucterium parvum: Interactions of Activated Macrophages with T and B Lymphocytes (pages 101–120): James G. Howard, Martin T. Scott and George H. Christie
Chapter 7 Chemotaxis of Macrophages: The position of a Macro Phage?Specific Cytotaxin from Anaerobic Corynebacteria and its Relation to Immunopotentiation in vivo (pages 121–140): P. C. Wilkinson, G. J. O'Neill, R. J. McInroy, J. C. Cater and J. A. Roberts
Chapter eight The Allogeneic influence at the Immune process and Its power program to Tumour Immunity (pages 141–172): David H. Katz
Chapter nine Mitogens as Probes for Immunocyte law: particular and Non?Specific Suppression of B phone Mitogenesis (pages 173–195): Wesley W. Bullock and Jan Andersson
Chapter 10 using Viruses as Immunological Potentiators (pages 197–215): J. Lindenmann
Chapter eleven Corynebacterium parvum, A powerful Immunostimulant in Experimental Infections and in Malignancies (pages 217–236): B. Halpern, A. Fray, Y. Crepin, O. Platica, A. M. Lorinet, A. Rabourdin, L. Sparros and R. Isac
Chapter 12 Orchidectomy as a mode of Immunopotentiation in Mice (pages 237–258): J. E. Castro, P. B. Medawar and D. N. H. Hamilton
Chapter thirteen the character of Immunopotentiation through the Anti?Tumour Polysaccharide Lentinan and the importance of Biogenic Amines in its motion (pages 259–286): Yukiko Y. Maeda, Jungi Hamuro, Yoko zero. Yamada, Kazuko Ishimura and Goro Chihara
Chapter 14 The influence of Corynebacterium parvum and different Reticuloendothelial Stimulants on Transplanted Tumours in Mice (pages 287–303): M. F. A. Woodruff and Noreen Dunbar
Chapter 15 test at utilizing Systemic Immunity Adjuvants in Experimental and Human melanoma treatment (pages 305–341): G. Mathe

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M. (19716) Nat. New Biol. 234, 253 Discussion Medawar: There are two independent variables constituting the duration of LYMPHOCYTE TRAPPING 39 trapping: the time during which a lymphocyte remains in a lymph node-how long it is held up there-and the time for which the node continues to recruit cells from the circulation. Do you know how long a given lymphocyte is held up in the node? Lance: We have no way of predicting how long any one lymphocyte may remain within a lymphoid organ. After antigen given intravenously or intraperitoneally the duration of active recruitment is approximately 24 hours.

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