Comparative phenotypic and ultrastructural characteristics of OKT6-positive cells in normal peripheral blood (adult and infant), in cord blood and in epidermis

  • Dezutter-Dambuyant C
  • Schmitt D
  • Thivolet J
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Abstract

Simple and rapid procedures have been developed to isolate T6-positive cells in epidermal cell suspensions, in peripheral blood of adult, and in cord blood. The isolated T6-positive cells were tested by double immunogold labelling at ultrastructural level to analize their phenotype (T6/HLA-DR antigens) and their morphological features in order to understand their origin, their fate, and their relationship toa) the early precursors of dentritic cells,b) immature neonatal lymphoid subsets, andc) immature macrophagic leukocytes. © 1986.

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  • C. Dezutter-Dambuyant

  • D. Schmitt

  • J. Thivolet

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