Inhibition of secondary IgG responses by monosaccharides: evidence for I-region control.

Abstract

Certain monosaccharides selectively inhibit secondary IgG responses in vitro. Genetic analyses described in this report revealed that the inhibitory sugars differed between mouse strains and these differences mapped to the I-J and I-C subregions of the murine MHC. These results imply that interaction between T and B lymphocytes can involve the recognition of I-region controlled carbohydrate structures.

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