T lymphocyte characteristics in bone marrow-transplanted patients. II. Analysis with monoclonal antibodies.

@article{Bruin1981TLC,
  title={T lymphocyte characteristics in bone marrow-transplanted patients. II. Analysis with monoclonal antibodies.},
  author={Hein G de Bruin and Alberto Astaldi and Tine Leupers and R J van de Griend and Leonard J. Dooren and Peter Th A Schellekens and Hans Tanke and Micha Roos and J. P. Vossen},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={1981},
  volume={127 1},
  pages={244-51}
}
The relative distribution of T cell subsets, as defined by the monoclonal antibodies OKT, was analyzed in peripheral blood lymphocytes of 8 children after bone marrow transplantation for aplastic anemia. The percentage of peripheral blood lymphocytes binding OKT3 (directed against a common T cell surface antigen and defining most peripheral T cells) reached normal values shortly after transplantation. In 5 patients, lymphocytes binding OKT8 (directed against an antigen present on the suppressor… CONTINUE READING