Migration-inhibitory factor test
migration-inhibitory factor test
A test which measures the presence of migration-inhibitory factor. Usually peritoneal macrophages are placed in a capillary tube in the presence or absence of supernatants from activated t-cells. If mIF is present, the migration of monocyte/macrophages is reduced.
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