The interaction of lymphocyte surface-bound immune complexes and neutrophils.

Abstract

Neutrophils can be stimulated directly by a variety of stimulants resulting in the production of highly reactive oxygen derivatives. Included in these stimulants are peripheral blood lymphocytes with bovine serum albumin-anti-bovine serum albumin immune complexes (BSA-IC) or aggregated gamma-globulin (AHG) bound to their surface receptors. Through the use… (More)

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@article{Archibald1983TheIO, title={The interaction of lymphocyte surface-bound immune complexes and neutrophils.}, author={Angela Archibald and K Cheung and Michael F. Robinson}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={1983}, volume={131 1}, pages={207-11} }