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This symposium, with its fourteen individually authored papers and associated discussions, is clearly aimed at immunologists interested in regulation of the immune response or those concerned with mechanisms of tumor growth and cancer immunotherapy. It also provides a timely review of immunopotentiation for others, such as those interested in mechanisms involved in the maintenance of organ transplants. The discussions are lively, to-the-point, and well edited, as one has come to expect in this series. The first seven papers present detailed studies of the relative roles of macrophages and bone marrow- and thymusderived lymphocytes in the effects of various adjuvants. The
Immunopotentiation.. Ann Intern Med. ;81:136. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-1-136_2
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