The effects of antigen on the migration of recirculating lymphocytes through single lymph nodes

@article{Cahill1976TheEO,
  title={The effects of antigen on the migration of recirculating lymphocytes through single lymph nodes},
  author={R. N. P. Cahill and Hoar Frost and Z. Trnka},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1976},
  volume={143},
  pages={870 - 888}
}
The increased input of RL into LN starts within 3 h after antigenic stimulation and is due to an increase in the number of RL passing through a LN. It is not associated with an altered transit time through a LN of the majority of RL and it cannot occur in the absence of high endothelial PCV. The immediate decrease in the output of RL from an antigen-stimulated LN is due to a delay in the exit from that LN of RL which had entered the LN before antigen was given. The decrease in cell output from… CONTINUE READING

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