Quantitative study of the migration of lymphocyte subsets through 3-D collagen gels.
AbstractMigratory properties of normal peripheral blood lymphocyte subsets were studied with a 3-D collagen gel model. Both the T and B subsets entered the gel at the same rate, but once inside the T subsets migrated significantly faster than the B subsets. In the T subsets, both the T-helper and T-suppressor cells entered the gel at the same rate, but the former migrated significantly faster once inside the gel. The biological significance of their migrations is discussed.
CitationQuantitative study of the migration of lymphocyte subsets through 3-D collagen gels. 1986, 11 (3):227-33 Cell Struct Funct
JournalCell Structure and Function
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