LYT 3.2 ANTIGEN
\lˈɪt θɹˈiː pɔ͡ɪnt tˈuː ˈantɪd͡ʒˌɛn], \lˈɪt θɹˈiː pɔɪnt tˈuː ˈantɪdʒˌɛn], \l_ˈɪ_t θ_ɹ_ˈiː p_ɔɪ_n_t t_ˈuː ˈa_n_t_ɪ_dʒ_ˌɛ_n]\
Definitions of LYT 3.2 ANTIGEN
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A group of lymphocyte surface antigens differentially located on subpopulations of mouse lymphocytes. This localization has been useful in distinguishing different functional subpopulations of lymphocytes. For example, cytotoxic T-cells bear primarily Lyt-23 on their surface and not Lyt-1, whereas helper cells bear Lyt-1 and not Lyt-23.
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