Viewing negative mentions of gene expression of CD69 (H. sapiens) in T cells

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Vidal-Rubio et al. (2001)CD69T cellsTwo populations of T cells, which are either negative for CD69 or express it in bright levels (CD69bright), were also found.
Lambert et al. (2005)CD69T cellsThe CD4dimCD8+ T cells did not express the activation marker CD69.
Trimble et al. (2000)CD69T-cellAfter T-cell activation, CD3zeta-down-modulated cells express the activation marker CD69 but not the high-affinity interleukin 2 (IL-2) receptor alpha-chain CD25 and produce gamma interferon but not IL-2.
Shimaoka et al. (1998)CD69T cellFreshly isolated T cell in preoperative and postoperative samples did not express CD69.
Fagnoni et al. (1996)CD69T cellsCD28- T cells from aged donors analysed by flow cytometry appeared as resting cells (not expressing CD25, CD38, CD69, CD71, DR), bearing markers of cytotoxic activity (CD 11b and CD 57) and with a phenotype compatible with 'memory' cells (up-regulated CD2 and CD11a; CD62L absent).
Vidal-Rubio et al. (2001)CD69T cellsTwo populations of T cells, which are either negative for CD69 or express it in bright levels (CD69bright), were also found.
Esser et al. (2001)CD69T lymphocytesNoninfectious CXCR4-tropic HIV-1 virions, but not microvesicles, partially activated freshly isolated CD4(+) and CD8(+) peripheral blood mononuclear cell T lymphocytes to express FasL and Fas, but not CD69 or CD25 (interleukin-2 receptor alpha) and eventually die via apoptosis starting 4 to 6 days postexposure.
Testi et al. (1989)CD69T cellsCD69 is not present on the surface of peripheral blood resting T cells, but is constitutively expressed by CD3bright thymocytes.
Hene et al. (2007)CD69T-cellFACS analysis indicated that, prior to library generation, the activated T-cell clone expressed CD4, CD28, CD45 and CD69, but not CD27 or CD62L (data not shown).
Kahi et al. (1998)CD69T cellsT lymphocytes from many seropositive individuals did not express CD69 at 24 h after T. gondii antigen stimulation, but CD71 and CD25 were easily detectable on T cells from seropositive individuals 7 days after specific activation.
Kato et al. (2001)CD69T cellsThe CD28(-)CD4(+) T cells did not express detectable levels of CD25, CD69, V(alpha)24, or CTLA-4 but expressed heterogeneous amounts of CD45 RA on the surface.