Expression of T Cell Antigens by Cells in Mouse and Human Primary and Secondary Follicles
Peripheral lymphoid organs are divided into predominantly B cell domains (primary and secondary follicles) and T cell domains (lymph node paracortex in spleen periarteriolar sheath). Occasional T cells have been described within these B cell regions (Gutman and Weissman, 1972). Since these regions are potential sites for T and B cell collaboration, we have studied the phenotype of T cells in the follicles of mouse and human lymphoid organs.
KeywordsGerminal Center Fluorescence Activate Cell Sorter Mouse Lymph Node Lymphoid Organ Cell Antigen
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