Physical discrimination between human T-lymphocyte subpopulations by means of light scattering, revealing two populations of T8-positive cells.

@article{Terstappen1986PhysicalDB,
  title={Physical discrimination between human T-lymphocyte subpopulations by means of light scattering, revealing two populations of T8-positive cells.},
  author={Leon W. M. M. Terstappen and Bart G de Grooth and G M Nolten and Chris H H Ten Napel and Willem J H van Berkel and J. Greve},
  journal={Cytometry},
  year={1986},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={178-83}
}
Light-scattering properties of human T-lymphocyte subpopulations selected by immunofluorescence were studied. Based on differences in orthogonal light scattering, two subpopulations of T8-positive cells can be distinguished. The first population (T8a) has the same orthogonal light-scattering properties as T4-positive cells, whereas the orthogonal light… CONTINUE READING