Surface Properties of Lymphoid Cells — Introduction
The cell surface of lymphocytes plays a vital role in all of the functions of these cells. The recognition of antigens, the triggering of lymphocytes, their migration pattern, all reflect specialized activities of the lymphocyte surface. Indeed, the topic of “surface properties of lymphoid cells” is so broad and all-embracing that all of modern immunology can be comfortably discussed under this heading. This is amply illustrated by the wide scope of the papers to be presented in this session.
KeywordsLymphoid Cell Cell Surface Marker Functional Meaning Peripheral Lymphoid Organ Syngeneic Tumor
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