Human autologous and allogeneic rosettes.


Human red blood cells can bind to human peripheral blood lymphocytes. The percentage of these rosette-forming cells (TEh) depends on various conditions including temperature and the use of selected foetal calf serum. It is improved by toluidine blue. Prior incubation at 37 degrees C is not necessary. ABO and rhesus antigen D have no influence on rosette formation. Analysis of human rosettes in T and B cell rich populations, in patients with chronic lymphatic leukaemia or T cell lymphoma provides further evidence that human autologous and allogeneic rosette-forming cells belong to a T cell subpopulation.

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@article{Lambermont1977HumanAA, title={Human autologous and allogeneic rosettes.}, author={Micheline Lambermont and Joseph Wybran and A E Govaerts}, journal={Journal of immunological methods}, year={1977}, volume={15 2}, pages={157-62} }