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Identical forms of the CD2 antigen expressed by mouse T and B lymphocytes.

A monoclonal antibody (12-15) reactive with the mouse CD2 was used to study the expression of the antigen in different lymphoid cell subsets. By two-color immunofluorescence using B or T cell-specific reagents and cell sorting in combination with biochemical analysis we provide evidence that the CD2 antigen is present on mouse B and T cells. The antigen is expressed by both subsets at similar density and appears to be biochemically indistinguishable.[1]


  1. Identical forms of the CD2 antigen expressed by mouse T and B lymphocytes. Altevogt, P., Michaelis, M., Kyewski, B. Eur. J. Immunol. (1989) [Pubmed]
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