Immunoferritin electron microscopic studies with antibasophil serum of guinea pig basophil degranulation and regranulation in vitro.

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We have previously shown that degranulated guinea pig basophils in vitro do not die. Rather, they recover, and these mature cells rebuild granules in the absence of nuclear changes of immaturity or of mitoses. This ability to survive the explosive release of cytoplasmic granules and to rebuild granules was the first such demonstration for a mature… (More)

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