ecotaxis

ecotaxis

 [ek´o-tak″sis]
the “homing” of recirculating lymphocytes to specific compartments of peripheral lymphoid tissues—B cells to B-dependent areas and T cells to T-dependent areas.

e·co·tax·is

(ē'kō-tak'sis),
Migration of lymphocytes "homing" from the thymus and bone marrow into tissues possessing an appropriate microenvironment.
[eco- + G. taxis, order, arrangement]

ecotaxis

/eco·tax·is/ (ek´o-tak″sis) the movement or “homing” of a circulating cell, e.g., a lymphocyte, to a specific anatomical compartment.

e·co·tax·is

(ē-kō-tak'sis)
Migration of lymphocytes from the thymus and bone marrow into tissues possessing an appropriate microenvironment.
[eco- + G. taxis, order, arrangement]

ecotaxis

the movement or 'homing' of a circulating cell, e.g. a lymphocyte, to a specific anatomical compartment.