Abstract

Differences in the rates of incorporation of tritiated uridine U-H3 of lymph node cells of different species have been found. Plasma cells from humans, guinea pigs, mice, and rabbits have a higher rate of incorporation of U-H3 than do plasma cells from rats, whereas human blast cells have a lower rate of U-H3 incorporation than blast cells from the various rodents.

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