Leucocyte typing III: white cell differentiation antigens, Volume 3
The third international workshop on leucocyte typing antigens reports the results of collaborative experiments involving over 800 antibodies. This volume contains the first and only complete account of the experiments and the subsequent analyses, which produced a careful description of fiftyhuman leucocyte antigens, twenty-four of them fully characterized for the first time. Antigens specific for or shared by T-Cells, B-Cells, activated lymphocytes, myeloid cells and platelets are featured. The papers detail their distribution, molecular structure and function, and discuss the rolethat the antigens may play in investigating and understanding pathological processes, particularly in leukemias and lymphomas.
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Acad activation antigens analysis anti antigen antigen expression assay B.F. Haynes BCGF binding bone marrow Burkitt's lymphoma CD2 antibodies cell lines cell surface cell types cent clones cluster culture cytotoxicity Daudi defined detected differentiation epithelial cells epithelium epitopes FACS flow cytometry fluorescence functional gene germinal centre granulocytes HLA-DR human identified immunofluorescence Immunol immunoprecipitation incubated indirect immunofluorescence induced inhibition L.M. Nadler labelled Leucocyte leukaemia Leukocyte typing lymphocytes lymphoid lymphoma mAbs macrophages membrane mitogenic molecular weight molecules MOLT monoclonal antibodies monocytes myeloid negative normal pattern peripheral blood phenotype plasma cells positive cells precipitated present Proc proliferation protein purified reacted reactivity reagents receptor recognized Schlossman SDS-PAGE showed shown specific staining stimulated studies subset T-cell activation T-cell lines T-lymphocytes Table TE-cells tested thymic epithelial thymocytes thymomas thymus tion tissue tonsil transfectants tumour UCHL1 vitro Workshop antibodies
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