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Inventor:
Daynes; Raymond A.
Address:
Salt Lake City, UT
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5827841 Method for enhancement of production of lymphokines and applications thereof October 27, 1998
Disclosed is a method for enhancing the production of T cell lymphokines, which comprises exposing T cell lymphocytes which have a potential to make selected T cell lymphokines to an appropriate concentration of at least one particular steroid hormone prior to cellular activation. Also
5540919 Method for enhancement of production of lymphokines and applications thereof July 30, 1996
Disclosed is a method for enhancing the production of T cell lymphokines, which comprises exposing T cell lymphocytes which have a potential to make selected T cell lymphokines to an appropriate concentration of at least one particular steroid hormone prior to cellular activation. Also










 
 
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