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B1

The minimum computer system security level required by the Department of Defense (DOD). See NCSC.
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It all started in the 1930s when a Cal Tech scientist used B-1 to revive root tips whose development had been arrested when growing in tissue culture in a laboratory.
Interestingly, many garden products that contain B-1 and that are sold as growth stimulants do perform as advertised.
Researchers found 10 to 20 times more RAG gene activity in B-1 cells in the animals' peritoneal cavity than in normal mice, says study coauthor and immunologist Michel C.
Antibodies produced by B-1 cells are less specialized than those made by other B cells.