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The cross-linking of human peripheral lymphocyte surface Ig results in an early association of cyclic adenosine 3':5'-monophosphate (cAMP) and the cell surface Ig patches. Examination of the subsequent stages of cap formation reveals the continued relationship of cAMP and the clustered surface Ig. In addition, the generalized influx of calcium produced by(More)
The diagnosis of hairy cell leukemia was made in three patients by phase-contrast microscopy and histochemistry of the abnormal peripheral blood cells. Both IgM and IgD surface immunoglobulins were resynthesized after these cells were trypsinized and cultured. Aggregate or Fc receptors were demonstrated on hairy cells. The ability to phagocytose latex was(More)
Forty lymphoblast cell lines derived from normal subjects, patients with infectious mononucleosis, leukemia, and Burkitt's lymphoma have been studied for surface receptors including surface Ig, complement receptors by the EAC rosette and fluorescent (Raji cell) techniques, and Fc (aggregate) receptor by direct and indirect immunofluorescence. Because of the(More)
This paper describes a wireless sensor network prototype with the use of reconfigurable hardware for airliner cabin environment research. Commercial airplane passengers and crews breathe a mixture of outside and re-circulated air, similar to many homes and offices. But the cabin environment is unique, due to the proximity of the passengers, the need for(More)
The technique of flow cytofluorometry has been employed to assess the response of unfractionated and highly purified human lymphocyte subpopulations to phytohemagglutinin (PHA) and pokeweed mitogen. Normal values for cytofluorometric responses were established and compared to the uptake of tritiated thymidine in simultaneous experiments. Cytofluorometric(More)
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