Effect of some choline compounds on lymphocyte rosette formation in mice

Abstract

Recent investigations have shown that antigen-binding receptors of B lymphocytes are proteins of sIgM and sIgD type, mounted in the lipid base of the cell membrane [7]. These recep tors are mobile, they interact with F c r e c e p t o r s , have a molecular weight of 800,000-160,000 daltons, and their peptide chains are linked by sulfide bonds [2]. In their physicoehemical proper t ies they have much in common with glycoproteins that c a r ry the proper t ies of choline recep tors . The lymphocyte membrane is dynamic and interaction of its p ro teins, carrying the proper t ies of receptors of different kinds, suggests that agents of both immune and media tor profile have a mutual influence on each other.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00833053

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@article{Ado2004EffectOS, title={Effect of some choline compounds on lymphocyte rosette formation in mice}, author={Academician A. D. Ado and Tatyana A. Alekseeva}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={96}, pages={968-970} }