Anti-Ig-triggered movements of lymphocytes-specificity and lack of evidence for directional migration.


Interaction of anti-immunoglobulin antibodies with the surface Ig of B lymphocytes leads to capping and endocytosis of the immune complexes and to a brief stimulation of translational motility. Lymphocytes are not stimulated to move by interaction with other ligands, such as antibodies to the theta isoantigen, to H2 determinants, or to determinants… (More)


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