Difference in Distribution and Dynamics of Cell-Markers on T-Lymphoblasts Compared to T-Lymphocytes
T-lymphocytes form rosettes with sheep red blood cells (SRBC) after incubation at 4°C (7). By increasing incubation temperature to 37°C, their ability to form this kind of rosettes (E-rosettes) is lost. On the other hand T-lymphoblasts with SRBC continue to form E-rosettes when the incubation temperature is increased to 37°C (2, 13). The cause for the different temperature dependency of E-rosettes on T-lymphocytes compared to T-lymphoblasts is unknown.
KeywordsTrypan Blue Exclusion Receptor Mobility ConA Receptor Increase Incubation Temperature Positive Leukemia Cell
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