PMID: 591726Jan 1, 1977

A method of increasing EA positive cells in mouse spleen lymphocytes

Journal of Immunological Methods
M Papamichail, M Pavlatou


Treatment of mouse spleen lymphocytes with a high concentration of trypsin (1 mg/ml) increases the number of EA positive cells to include nearly all the B lymphocytes. It seems that all B lymphocytes express Fc receptors but in some cells these are hidden by other proteins present on the cell surfaces.


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