A Method for Studying the Dynamics of the Primary Migration of Human Lymphocytes Using Indium-III Oxine Cell Labelling
In animals the study of the migratory characteristics of lymphocytes has required the sacrificing of animals, scintillation counting of their organs and autoradiography of selected tissues. This procedure is time consuming, and expensive on animal stocks, and it has, therefore, proved difficult to establish the nature of the very early patterns of migration of reinjected lymphocytes. Such techniques are also inappropriate for use in man.
KeywordsChronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Human Lymphocyte Time Post Injection Primary Migration Technetium Sulphur Colloid
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