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Rosette formation by peripheral lymphocytes.
It is concluded that sheep cell rosette formation by human peripheral lymphocytes is not due to humoral antibody or delayed hypersensitivity, because of the great proportion of lymphocytes that are capable of it.
Aerial activity of linyphiid spiders: modelling dispersal distances from meteorology and behaviour
Summary 1. Dispersal parameters are critical for modelling spatially dynamic populations yet remain among the most difficult to quantify. Linyphiid spider aerial dispersal by ‘ballooning’ on silk
A Simulation Model of the Epidemiology of Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus in Winter Sown Cereals and its Application to Forecasting
A computer model is described which simulates the spread of barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) by aphids in winter cereals in SW England and was successfully validated for 61 cereal crops with 0-80% of the crop area affected.
Heterophile antibodies, immunoglobulin levels, and the evaluation on anti-T activity in cancer patients and controls.
  • G. H. Vos, P. Brain
  • Medicine, Biology
    South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse…
  • 25 July 1981
It was found that procedures of high levels of agglutinins for SRBC, whether cancer patients or normal subjects, also more often produce higher levels of antibodies to the cryptantigenic T (Thomsen-Friedenreich)-antigen structure of human red cells, providing further evidence that malignant tissue may have exposed T-Antigen structures on their membranes.
Galen on Bloodletting: A Study of the Origins, Development and Validity of his Opinions, with a Translation of the Three Works
Preface Notes 1. Galen and his system: an introduction 2. Galen's Book on Venesection against Erasistratus (translation) 3. Galen's Book on Venesection against the Erasistrateans in Rome
Rosette formation by human T and B lymphocytes
Human peripheral lymphocytes, identified as T or B cells with a fluorescent anti‐globulin serum, were studied in two varieties of rosette formation with sheep red corpuscles and with human red cells sensitized with incomplete anti‐Rh.
Rosette formation by peripheral lymphocytes. II. Inhibition of the phenomenon.
In this study the inhibitory effect of antilymphocyte serum (ALS) and of certain other preparations on this rosette phenomenon is described, which is probably different from that reported by other workers, in which only a small proportion of lymphocytes form rosettes.