THE DISTRIBUTION OF DNP GROUPS IN LYMPH NODES FOLLOWING APPLICATION OF DNCB TO GUINEA PIG SKIN
The distribution of DNP groups in lymph nodes was investigated at various intervals following application of DNCB to guinea pig skin. DNP groups were detected in the cells in sinuses of lymph nodes obtained 12 and 24 hours after painting. The draining lymph nodes contained a far greater number of cells than the contralateral nodes. The significance of these findings is discussed.