A lymphocyte cell surface molecule that is antigenically related to actin.

@article{Sanders1983ALC,
  title={A lymphocyte cell surface molecule that is antigenically related to actin.},
  author={Sheila K. Sanders and Susan W. Craig},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={1983},
  volume={131 1},
  pages={370-7}
}
When viable murine lymphocytes are incubated sequentially with a saturating amount of affinity-purified, rabbit anti-actin and highly conjugated FITC-goat anti-rabbit Ig, about 52% of mesenteric lymph node (MLN) lymphocytes and 36% of thymocytes exhibit a faint, but sharply punctate surface fluorescence. Cell surface actin (CSA) can be distinguished from staining of cytoplasmic actin in permeable cells, which are identified by their uptake of ethidium bromide. Staining of actin in ethidium… CONTINUE READING
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