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Reul et al. (1997)CD40T-cellRESULTS: CD40 was expressed at low levels, and CD40L was minimal or absent in histologically normal biopsies in the absence of CD3+ T-cell infiltrates.
Carbone et al. (1995)CD40LT-cellCD40L was constitutively expressed by neoplastic cells in 15 of 36 (42%) T-cell NHLs/adult T-cell leukemia/lymphomas, almost invariably those displaying the CD4+/CD8- phenotype, whereas no CD40L-expressing tumor cells could be found in B-cell NHL and HD.
Nüsslein et al. (1996)CD40 ligandT cellsCD40 ligand (CD40L) is present on activated but not on resting T cells.
Macchia et al. (1993)CD40 ligandT-cellWe show here that HIV-infected T-cell clones do not express the CD40 ligand (CD40L), a molecule critical for non-cognate B-cell activation, but a small proportion of them do express membrane tumour-necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha.
Thiele et al. (1982)IgMT cellsTwo to six weeks after immunization, pokeweed mitogen (PWM)-stimulated cultures of B and T cells produced IgM-Tet and IgG-Tet but not IgA-Tet.
Moretta et al. (1976)IgMT cellCultured Tgamma cells do not express receptors for IgM and purified Tmu cells do not have receptors for IgG, thus they appear to be distinct T cell populations.
De Gast et al. (1980)IgMT cellsWhen cultured either with normal T cells and pokeweed mitogen (PWM) or with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), isolated SIg + ve cells from eight patients with CVID produced significantly less IgM than normal cells and very little IgG or IgA.
Webster et al. (1999)CD154T cellsActivated CD4+ T cells failed to express surface CD154 protein, and molecular analysis of CD154 complementary DNA revealed a nucleotide transversion resulting in the nonconservative amino acid substitution G-D at amino acid 257.
Sanders et al. (1987)IgMT cellsResting and phorbol myristate acetate-activated T cells, monocytes, and polymorphonuclear leucocytes did not express detectable amounts of the IgM binding protein.
Casamayor-Palleja et al. (1995)CD40LT cellsPreformed CD40 ligand (CD40L) was not detected in any CD4+ CD45RA+ T cells, but > 90% of all CD4+ T cells from the tonsil can be induced to express large amounts of CD40L on culture with phorbol myristate acetate and the calcium ionophore ionomycin.
Méndez-Samperio and García-Martínez (2001)CD40LT cellsRESULTS: M. bovis BCG stimulation induced a significant amount of CD40L expression on CD4+ T cells, while CD40L was not significantly detected on human CD8+ T cells.
Holloway et al. (2005)CD40LT-cellIt was weakly expressed by peripheral blood-derived phytohaemagglutinin-induced T-cell blasts and absent on CD40L stimulated peripheral B (CD40L B) cells and stromal cells.
Allen et al. (1993)CD40LT cellsActivated T cells from the four affected patients failed to express wild-type CD40L, although their B cells responded normally to wild-type CD40L.
Falini et al. (1997)CD40LT cellsNotably, the nuclei of reactive CD3+/ CD4+ T cells near to and rosetting around L&H cells in NLPHD were also strongly bcl-6+, but lacked CD40 ligand (CD40L) expression.
Büchner et al. (2003)CD40LT cellsThese CD40L(+) T cells were CD4(+), CD69(+), but negative for CD8, CD25, CD28, and ICOS.
Kim et al. (2005)CD40LT cellsFreshly isolated CD57+ GC-Th cells expressed CD40L, which became up-regulated upon T cell activation within hours (data not shown), whereas CD4+CD57-CD69- interfollicular T cells did not express CD40L at significant levels.
Cattoglio et al. (2010)CD40LGT cellsThey were not node genes of the network and were not targeted by post-infusion integration clusters, except for two T cell-specific genes: CD40LG, highly expressed in T cells and crucial for their crosstalk with dendritic and B cells, and ITGAL that plays a role in lymphocytes co-stimulatory signaling.
Dayer and Burger (1999)CD40LT lymphocytesThis suggests that CD40/CD40L might be involved in contact-activation of monocyte/macrophages by T lymphocytes stimulated for short periods of time, but not for long periods, the latter cells by then no longer expressing CD40L.
Mitterer et al. (2005)CD40LT-cellsUnstimulated T-cells did not express CD40 ligand (CD40L), whereas activation with IL-2 led to expression of this costimulatory molecule.
Punnonen (1989)IgMT cellAlone, however, rIL-2 appears to be an insufficient factor to induce differentiation of SAC-activated cord blood B cells, as no IgM production in response to rIL-2 occurred in T cell and monocyte-depleted cell populations.
Dayer and Burger (1999)CD40LT-cellAn argument against the predominant role of CD40/CD40L is the fact that the most effective human T-cell line for inducing signalling of monocytes by direct contact (human lymphocytic cell line HUT-78) does not express CD40L messenger RNA, whether in resting or activated conditions.
Han et al. (2004)CD40LT cellsConsistent with previous reports, CD4+ T cells do not express CD40L after T-cell activation.
Falini et al. (1996)CD40LT cellsNotably, the nuclei of reactive CD3+/CD4+ T cells nearby to and rosetting around L&H cells in NLPHD were also strongly BCL-6+, but lacked CD40 ligand (CD40L) expression.
Pienaar et al. (2003)CD40LT cellsThere was no CD40L expressed by the activated T cells of two of the affected boys (data not shown).