LYT Phenotype and Lectin Binding Properties of Mouse Lymphocytes which Enter Lymph Nodes
The objective of this study was to determine how Lyt phenotype and specific lectin binding properties influenced the ability of thymus-derived lymphocytes to enter lymph nodes. Both short term 51Cr quantitative migration experiments and tissue autoradiography experiments using 3H-adenosine labeled cells were done. Results demonstrate that Lyt phenotype per se is insufficient to determine migration pattern and that other factors, including surface carbohydrate composition, are involved.
KeywordsLymph Node Inguinal Lymph Node Mouse Lymphocyte Enter Lymph Node Nylon Wool Column
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