Volume regulation in lymphoid leukemia cells and assignment of cell lineage.


Normal T lymphocytes readjust their volume after swelling in hypotonic medium, whereas B lymphocytes remain swollen. The difference between the two cell types appears to lie in the inability of B cells to increase their permeability to potassium in response to swelling. We have studied mononuclear cells from the bone marrow of 65 patients with lymphocytic… (More)


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