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Inaba and Steinman (1984)interleukin 2B cellLyt-2-T blasts did not grow or release interleukin 2 or B cell helper factors unless rechallenged with specific alloantigen, whereupon growth (generation time of 14-18 h) and lymphokine release rapidly resumed.
Raziuddin and Teklu (1989)interleukin-2B-cellThe patient's T cells were found to secrete elevated amounts of interleukin-2 but failed to secrete two important B-cell stimulating factors, B-cell growth factor and B-cell differentiation factor, in response to PHA.
Scott et al. (1994)IL-2B cellsB cells from almost all of the CVID patients studied were unable to secrete any IgA in vitro, with or without IL-2, although all B cells tested from normal donors showed some spontaneous IgA secretion.
Matheson and Green (1987)interleukin 2B cellHis peripheral blood mononuclear cells secreted interleukin 2 and B cell growth factor (BCGF) but failed to secrete detectable levels of B cell differentiation factor (BCDF).