Mouse spleen cells treated with glutaraldehyde lose their stimulating ability in the MLR. If the spleen cells are first converted to a blastogenic state by lipopolysaccharide and subsequently fixed with glutaraldehyde, their stimulating capacity is maintained.


This work was supported by National Institutes of Health Grants AI 11923 and AI 11013, and by the Michigan Heart Association and Kidney Foundation of Michigan.

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