Quatification of phagocytosis by human neutrophils. The use of radiolabelled staphylococcal protein A-IgG complexes.

@article{Hlgren1976QuatificationOP,
  title={Quatification of phagocytosis by human neutrophils. The use of radiolabelled staphylococcal protein A-IgG complexes.},
  author={R H{\"a}lgren and Gunilla St{\aa}lenheim},
  journal={Immunology},
  year={1976},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={755-62}
}
Human polymorphonuclear leucocytes suspended in a serum-free medium ingest radiolabelled insoluble staphylococcal protein A-IgG complexes, providing a quantitative measure of phagocytosis. The degree of uptake of protein A-IgG complexes is dependent on the cell concentration, the amount of immune precipitates and duration of incubation. The rate of… CONTINUE READING