Observations on rabbit thymocytes and peripheral T cells. II. Rosette formation with rabbit erythrocytes.

@article{Wilson1975ObservationsOR,
  title={Observations on rabbit thymocytes and peripheral T cells. II. Rosette formation with rabbit erythrocytes.},
  author={Alan Brian Wilson and B. W. Gurner and Rosemarie Coombs},
  journal={International archives of allergy and applied immunology},
  year={1975},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={
          383-94
        }
}
The affinity of rabbit thymocytes and a proportion of lymphocytes for homologous and autologous erythrocytes has been investigated. Thymocytes were found to rosette strongly with untreated, washed erythrocytes, although reactions on peripheral lymphocytes from blood and lymph nodes were weaker. Enzyme treatment of the erythrocytes was used in attempts to improve reactions with peripheral lymphocytes. While neuraminidase-treated cells showed no increased reactivity, erythrocytes treated with… CONTINUE READING
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