First Published in 1987: The problems which have been selected for this volume deal with those most commonly observed in in vivo events, such as antigenic stimulation and lymphocyte traffic, migration of natural killer cells, regulation of lymphocyte traffic by adrenal hormones.
1. Migrating Cells in Central and Peripheral Lymph. 2.Antigenic Stimulation and Lymphocyte Traffic. 3. The Migration of Lymphoblasts. 4 The Migration of Lymphoctyes Through High Endothelial Venules (HEV) of Lymph Nodes. 5. Lymphocyte Locomotion. 6. The Spleen and Lymphocyte Migration. 7. Migration of Natural Killer Cells. 8. Regulation of Lymphocyte Circulation by Adrenal Hormones. 9. Lymphocyte Traffic Neoplastic Diseases. 10. Migration Pattern of Cloned Lymphocytes. 11. Distribution of Intravenously or Intraperitoneally Infused Macrophages. 12. The Effect of Irradiation on Lymphocyte Distribution. 13. Lymphocyte Traffic in Recipients of Organ or Cell Allografts. 14. The Migration of Granulocytes. 15. Methods in Studies on Immune Cell Migration.
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