T- LYMPHOCYTE S IN VENOUS BLOOD AND LYMPH FROM THE THORACIC DUCT AND RIGHT LYMPHATIC DUCT OF NORMAL DOGS
- HS Kaufman
- SE Leeds
- HN Uhley
The WBC and percent polymorphonuclear cells in blood increased significantly during the approximately 3 hours of the experiments. The number of lymphocytes did not change significantly.
Corresponding cellular components in RD and TD lymph were not significantly different.
The percent of T-rosettes in FVB was more than three times that in RD and TD lymph (33/10). T-rosettes were predominantly formed by medium lymphocytes (68 - 82%) in both blood and lymph.
How to Cite:
Kaufman, H. & Leeds, S. & Uhley, H., (1980) “T- LYMPHOCYTE S IN VENOUS BLOOD AND LYMPH FROM THE THORACIC DUCT AND RIGHT LYMPHATIC DUCT OF NORMAL DOGS”, Lymphology 13(1), 40-43.