Dr. Parrott threw down the gauntlet about the differential recirculation of small lymphocytes. This differentiation was found in sheep by myself and my colleagues and also by Dr. Cahill of the Basel Institute. It was done by collecting lymphocytes from the recirculating pool, injecting them and making the subsequent measurement on the recirculating pool. In Dr. Parrott’s experiments, she collected cells put of lymph nodes, reinjected these, and measured their distribution in various organs. The bulk of your experimental material, if I understood your slide, ended up in the liver. In the healthy liver of an adult mouse, there should be no lymphoid cells, and I venture to suggest that if your experimental material ended up in the wrong place your conclusions might be similarly displaced.
KeywordsSmall Lymphocyte Antibody Affinity Milk Volume Primary Migration Antibody Avidity
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