CD20 (pan-B cell antigen) expression on bone marrow-derived T cells.

@article{Algino1996CD20C,
  title={CD20 (pan-B cell antigen) expression on bone marrow-derived T cells.},
  author={K M Algino and Ronald W Thomason and Diane E King and Milka M. Montiel and Fiona E. Craig},
  journal={American journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1996},
  volume={106 1},
  pages={78-81}
}
Antibodies directed against CD20 (L26, Leu 16, and B1) are frequently used to determine the presence of B lymphocytes. However, recent publications describe the unexpected presence of CD20-positive T cells in the peripheral blood of normal subjects and occasional T-cell neoplasms that express CD20. To determine the presence of CD20-positive T cells in bone marrow, flow cytometric analysis was performed on 34 aspirate specimens (14 normal, 5 acute lymphoblastic lymphoma [ALL], 5 acute… CONTINUE READING
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