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LYMPHOCYTE LOCOMOTION - MORPHOLOGICAL CRITERIA OF THE DIRECTION OF LYMPHOCYTE MOVEMENT

Authors
  • B Norberg
  • L Rydgren
  • N Soderstrom

Abstract

Moving lymphocytes leave the round configuration of the resting cell and demonstrate cyclic elongations and shortenings. In fixed preparations it is, thus, possible to identify lymphocytes killed during active locomotion. The direction of lymphocyte movement can often be inferred from the following features: the hyaline pseudopod, the granulated tail, the position and the configuration of the nucleus.

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Norberg, B., Rydgren, L. & Soderstrom, N., (1973) “LYMPHOCYTE LOCOMOTION - MORPHOLOGICAL CRITERIA OF THE DIRECTION OF LYMPHOCYTE MOVEMENT”, Lymphology 6(4), 187-191.

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01 Oct 1973
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