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The results of the relative weight of lymphoid organs, macrophage activity and antibody titer were analyzed using an analysis of variance and polynomial regression with the software systems analysis and genetic statistics (SAEG) (SSGA; Sistemas de Analises Estatisticas e Geneticas, SAEG) (UFV, 1997).
Homing to any lymphoid organs remains irrelevant unless lymphocytes encounter antigens in the appropriate context.
Only a percentage of the dendritic cells that are injected make it to the lymphoid organ, which is a severe limitation.
These observations suggested that C-Med 100[R] might influence the WBC turnover rate and/or the production of these cells in the primary lymphoid organs.
1986) established that birds with delayed access to nutrients post hatch had impaired growth of lymphoid organs.
Lymphoid cells were separated from blood over Ficoll-paque[R] (phamacia Fine Chemicals, Upsalla, Sweden) and the lymphoid organs by teasing in sterile-phosphate buffered saline (PBS) supplemented with 5% by volume of fetal calf serum (FCS) using a sterile pair of forceps.
When the liquid touches the skin the cells deliver the vaccine to the lymphoid organs, where it can generate an immune response rapidly reducing or eliminating NTHI, one of the bacteria commonly responsible for ear infections, from the nose and ears.
Patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) present most frequently with signs and symptoms of the uncontrolled growth of leukemic cells in bone marrow, lymphoid organs and other sites of extramedullary spreading such as cerebrovascular disease, pleural effusions, blindness, etc.
This antibody and other specific anti-Leishmania antibodies are nonprotective, as they cannot reach the intracellular antigens within amastigotes inside macrophages but contribute to the hematologic disorders of kala-azar, such as albumin: immunoglobulin G ratio reversal, and hyperplasia of B-cell populations in the lymphoid organs.
This appears to suggest that when chicks are exposed to certain environmental stressors, early feeding and certain dietary additives might have a greater ability to modulate the development of these lymphoid organs and enhance the immune competence of the bird.
The delay in diagnosis is due to the peculiar location of lymphoma cells inside small vessels without involvement of lymphoid organs and associated clinical manifestations.