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What does G-SC stand for?

G-SC stands for guanosine-coupled syngeneic spleen cells

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Induction of suppressor cells specific for gmmosine in C57BL/6 mice with syngeneic spleen cells coupled with guanosine was demonstrated. Spleen cells from mice that had been tolerized by the injection of guanosine-coupled syngeneic spleen cells (G–SC) were repeatedly stimulated with mitomycin C-treated G-SC (MMC-G-SC) in vitro. These cells effectively suppressed the secondary in vitro response to guanosine–keyhote limpet haemocyanin (G–KLH) but did not suppress the response to sheep erythrocytes (SRBC).
Induction of suppressor cells specific for guanosine in C57BL/6 mice with syngeneic spleen cells coupled with guanosine was demonstrated. Spleen cells from mice that had been tolerized by the injection of guanosine-coupled syngeneic spleen cells (G-SC) were repeatedly stimulated with mitomycin C-treated G-SC (MMC-G-SC) in vitro. These cells effectively suppressed the secondary in vitro response to guanosine-keyhole limpet haemocyanin (G-KLH) but did not suppress the response to sheep erythrocytes (SRBC).
Spleen cells from mice that had been tolerized by the injection of guanosine-coupled syngeneic spleen cells (G-SC) were repeatedly stimulated with mitomycin C-treated G-SC (MMC-G-SC) in vitro. These cells effectively suppressed the secondary in vitro response to guanosine-keyhole limpet haemocyanin (G-KLH) but did not suppress the response to sheep erythrocytes (SRBC). From these cell populations a long-term-cultured suppressor T-cell line specific for guanosine was established by using interleukin-2 and MMC-G-SC.