T and B Lymphocytes: Striking Differences in Surface MembranesBr Med J 1974; 1 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.1.5904.360 (Published 02 March 1974) Cite this as: Br Med J 1974;1:360
- J. N. Mehrishi,
- K. Zeiller
Lymphocytes can be separated by electrophoresis into cells of high and of low electrophoretic mobility. Cells of high mobility are T cells and those of low mobility are B cells, with distinct immunological functions. Biophysical and biochemical studies on physically isolated and immunologically defined T and B cells in CBA mice showed striking differences in the chemical composition of the surface membranes.