Human L-selection (LAM-1, Leu-8, TQ1, DREG 56) is a member of the 'selection' family of adhesion molecules. Antibodies to L-selectin have been shown to block the binding of T cells to peripheral lymph node high endothelial venules (HEV). Most unstimulated peripheral blood T cells express high levels of L-selectin whilst it is only weakly expressed on the majority of T cells from secondary lymphoid organs. We show here (a) that T cells from tonsil and lymph node up-regulate L-selectin when rel...Expand abstract
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Characterization of a novel subset of T cells from human spleen that lacks L-selectin.
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