IMMUNOARCHITECTURE OF THE HUMAN SPLEEN
- THM Grogan
- CS Jolley
- CS Rangel
New immunochemical staining techniques reveal key topographic aspects of splenic immune function. Distinct compartmentalization of B and T cells and lymphocytic subtypes within the white and red pulp of the human spleen provide a morphologic basis for division of labor in the immune response.
How to Cite:
Grogan, T. & Jolley, C. & Rangel, C., (1983) “IMMUNOARCHITECTURE OF THE HUMAN SPLEEN”, Lymphology 16(2), 72-82.