Characterization of two murine monoclonal antibodies reactive with human B cells. Their use in a high-yield, high-purity method for isolation of B cells and utilization of such cells in an assay for B-cell stimulating factor.


We describe two monoclonal antibodies, HH1 and HH2. Both reacted selectively with surface immunoglobulin (sIg)-positive human B cells. Both antibodies stained on average 7-8% of peripheral blood mononuclear cells. They have not been found to react with cells or cell lines of other haematopoietic cell lineages, except that HH2 was positive on a small… (More)


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