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Key Reference

Thompson et al., 1984. See above.

Details the purification procedure outlined here and describes the functional properties of purified B cells.

Contributed by Judy B. Splawski and Peter E. Lipsky The Harold C. Simmons Arthritis Research

Center and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, Texas

Eli M. Eisenstein (positive selection) Hadassah Medical Organization Jerusalem, Israel

Kevin S. Chua (positive selection) National Institute of Allergy and

Infectious Diseases Bethesda, Maryland

Immunologic Studies in Humans

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