4 edition of Differentiation antigens in lymphohemopoietic tissues found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Masayuki Miyasaka, Zdenek Trnka.|
|Series||Immunology series ;, v. 38|
|Contributions||Miyasaka, Masayuki., Trnka, Z.|
|LC Classifications||QR184.3 .D54 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 531 p. :|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||87024543|
This book provides a comprehensive list of antisera and monoclonal antibodies that have useful diagnostic applications in tissue sections and cell preparations. Various clones, which are commercially available to detect the same antigen, are listed and the sensitivities and specificities of the antibodies are discussed. Importantly, our own experience with these reagents is provided, together. To study adaptive-differentiation phenomena of T lymphocytes, suppressor T-cell factors (TsF) produced by Ly-2+ splenic T cells from fully allogeneic mouse bone marrow chimeras were analyzed. AKR mice irradiated and reconstituted with B10 marrow cells (BAKR chimeras) produced an Ly-2+ TsF after hyperimmunization with sheep erythrocytes.
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As tissues specialized for immune response, most secondary lymphoid tissues possess collection systems for antigen and antigen-transporting cells that drain associated nonlymphoid tissue. These collection channels transport antigen into highly organized populations of antigen-presenting cells and T and B lymphocytes (17,18 and 19). That rapidly self-renewing epithelial tissues such as skin and intestine have stem cells that continually replenish the cells lost by differentiation is well described. However, demonstration of the existence of neural stem cells58,59 has raised the possibility that many organ systems might retain a population of self-renewing stem cells.
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Guy. Abstract. Cell-restricted membrane antigens have made it possible to map the distribution of mature macrophages in many murine tissues. Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) have been used to define the appearance of macrophages dusing foetal and postnatal development, to establish the anatomic relationships between macrophages and other cells in the normal and diseased adult, and to Cited by: 1.
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Miyasaka and Z. Trnka, Marcel Dekker, Inc., $ (xxiv +. Abstract. The precursor of the thymocytes, the pro-thymocyte, is a specialized cells, committed to the T-cell differentiation line and discrete from both precursors of B-cells and the pluripotent stem cell (HSC).
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PDF | On Feb 1,M. Steward and others published Essential Immunology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The proportion of HNK-1 + cells in different lymphoid tissues was examined with the HNK-1 antibody ().The spleen had the highest proportion of HNK-1 + cells (%), whereas few HNK-1 cells were demonstrated in the tonsil (%), lymph nodes, bone marrow and thymus (tissues exhibited a low level of NK and K cell function (1, 2).
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This book compiles the information on various aspects of avian cellular immunity. Appendix Hematopoietic Cell Surface Antigens Mentioned in the Text Cluster of Monoclonal Antibodies Reacting to Species Differen- Specific Cell Surface Antigen tiation (CD) Designation Human Mouse Rat Guinea Pig Hamster Distribution Description CD 1 T6 Ly Langerhans' Cortical Leu-6 cells, thymocyte OKT6 thymocytes differentiation marker CD2.
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