Experimental Approaches to Lymphocyte Traffic: Pitfalls of the Tracer Sample Method
Selective migration from the blood into particular tissues. This is governed by an unknown number of specific interactions between lymphocytes and vascular endothelium.
Segregation of B and T lymphocytes into distinct compartments of peripheral lymphoid tissue.
Migration of lymphocytes through interstitial and lymphatic channels to return to the blood.
Distribution by the bloodstream to different organs.
KeywordsMouse Lymph Node Thoracic Duct Selective Migration Anatomical Compartment Peripheral Lymphoid Tissue
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