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Horton et al. (1998)MHC-peptideT cellsThese results suggest that amoxicillin can bind directly to performed MHC-peptide complexes and need not necessarily involve the processing of haptenated self carrier proteins before recognition of the conjugate by amoxicillin-specific T cells.
Berkowitz and Braunstein (1992)MHCT cellsThese results sharply contrast with observations made in the analysis of Ag-specific T cells and lead to the suggestion that a subset of alloreactive T cells are not peptide specific and can directly recognize MHC polymorphisms.
Cruz and Bergstresser (1990)MHCT cellsThe seminal observation made 30 years ago that T cells do not discriminate between native and denatured proteins, whereas B cells generally do, can now be explained by the fact that T cells never see antigens in their native conformation and that intact proteins cannot associate simultaneously with MHC molecules and the TCR.
Dyson and Elliott (1999)MHCT cellThough C57BL/10 mice express the mouse mammary tumor virus superantigens (sag) encoded by Mtv-8 and Mtv-9, it has been thought that these sag do not bind to the MHC class II molecule H2-Ab and consequently do not affect the T cell repertoire.
Kim et al. (1995)MHCT cellT cell recognition does not involve classical MHC molecules, but it could be blocked by Abs directed against the heat shock protein grp75.
Wang et al. (1992)MHCT cellIn our system, T cell recognition of the dominant epitope is not altered by Ag processing, and is not simply a function of MHC-binding affinity.
Mannhalter et al. (1994)MHCT cellThe function and distribution of peripheral T cell subsets from the patient resemble findings in MHC class II-deficient mice, which also lack interaction of T cell precursors with MHC class II-bearing accessory cells during thymic differentiation.
Walshe et al. (2009)MHCT cellsFinally, a subset of epitopes recognised by virus-specific T cells may bind to MHC with very low affinity, and hence may not have been characterised as HLA-Cw*0102-binding peptides by our model.
Roosnek et al. (1990)MHCT cellCells activated by linking T cell receptor (TcR)/CD3 to MHC class I antigens could not be activated by cross-linking the MHC and TcR/CD3 structures separately.
Fraser and Strominger (1988)MHCT-cellA solubilized T-cell receptor from a human leukemia cell line binds to a ligand in the absence of MHC products.
Yano et al. (1984)MHCT cellsIn addition, xenoreactive murine T cells specific for human PBL failed to recognize the polymorphic determinant of Class II antigens of human MHC.
Hoyer (1991)MHCT-cellAntibodies that inhibit T-cell activation, peptides that block self-antigen binding, and antibodies that inhibit MHC recognition all have been successful in modifying experimentally induced autoimmune diseases.
Burkhardt et al. (1992)MHCT cellAn inhibitory peptide may bind to the same site of the MHC-encoded protein but is not recognized by the T cell.
Green et al. (1989)MHCT-cellSurface markers not specifically associated with the myeloid lineage such as the MHC class II antigens and the Fc-receptor; and surface markers normally associated with the B-cell and T-cell lineages such as B220, L3T4 and Thy1.2 are also found on these cell lines.
Gibbings et al. (2007)MHC class IT cellOther evidence suggests CD8 is recruited to the site of T cell activation [4,5]. and can enhance T cell responses even when it does not bind at detectable levels to the same MHC class I-peptide as TCR (e.g.
Boles et al. (2003)MHCT-cellInitial in vitro results indicated that the mutation of key amino acid residues in the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II binding sites of SEB produced a nontoxic form of SEB, which had little to no detectable binding to MHC class II molecules, and lacked T-cell stimulatory activities.