volume 10, issue 7, P583-596 2000
DOI: 10.1006/fsim.2000.0273
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Abstract: Monoclonal antibodies specific to sea bass Ig heavy (WDI 1) and light (WDI 3) chains and T cells (DLT15) were used in an ontogenetic study of sea bass by flow cytometry and immunocytochemistry. The influence of weight and age, as well as season, on B cell development was studied in the fastest and slowest growing offspring from the same spawn (5-305 days post hatch: dph). Additionally, B and T cell development was followed in samples of different offspring (5-137 dph). The results suggest that DLT15 recognises…

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