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Horwitz (2010)Foxp3T-cellThe strengths of the argument of Bonelli and colleagues [2] include the fact that more than 30% of CD4+CD25-CD127low/- cells expressed Foxp3, the lack of proliferative potential, the lack of cytokine-producing cells, and the ability to suppress T-cell proliferation in vitro.
Murawski et al. (2006)Foxp3T cellsIn contrast, CD4(+)/CD25(-) T cells do not active LF STAT5 and do not express Foxp3 under the same conditions.
Broady et al. (2009)FOXP3T-cellATG-induced expression of FOXP3 in human CD4(+) T cells in vitro is associated with T-cell activation and not the induction of FOXP3(+) T regulatory cells.
Nordström et al. (2005)Foxp3T cellsThe blood-derived CD25+ CD8+ T cells did not express Foxp3 mRNA but had a bona fide antiproliferative capacity in response to both uninfected and HSV-2-infected DC, whereas the CD25-CD8+ T cells were selectively activated to become antiproliferative by HSV-2-infected DC.
Nagar et al. (2008)Foxp3T cellsIn mice, CD4(+)CD25(-) T cells do not express Foxp3 following TCR activation.
Presicce et al. (2010)FOXP3T cellsGating based on a population that did not express FOXP3 (such as CD3(-)CD4(-) T cells) allowed for the optimal characterization of Treg cells.
Wang et al. (2009)FOXP3T cellsHowever, GARP was not induced on T cells activated in the presence of TGFbeta, which expressed high levels of FOXP3 and lacked suppressive function.
Kang et al. (2009)Foxp3T cellsWe found that freshly isolated mouse splenic gammadelta T cells did not express Foxp3.
Zhang et al. (2010)Foxp3T cellsWe also found IL-17-secreting T clones highly expressing Foxp3, and with the suppression function to naïve T cells from NPC TIL in vitro (unpublished data), the failure to find the double IL-17 and Foxp3 positive TIL in NPC may be due to the lack of sensitivity of the IHC staining method or the differences between in vivo and in vitro conditions.
Xu et al. (2007)FoxP3T cellsAllopeptide-induced surface TGF-beta1 expression was found primarily in Forkhead box P3 (FoxP3)-negative CD4(+)CD25(low) T cells, which could adoptively transfer suppression of donor-specific DTH.
Suzuki et al. (2010)FOXP3highTregHere, we showed for the first time that vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 (VEGFR2) is selectively expressed by FOXP3high but not FOXP3low Treg.
Elrefaei et al. (2009)FOXP3T cellspositive CD8+ T cells were FOXP3 negative and CD25 negative.
Peters et al. (2008)FoxP3T cellsIn contrast, CD4posCD25neg conventional T cells (Tconv) did not express FoxP3 or CD25, and were positive for CD127.
Moncrieffe et al. (2010)Foxp3T cellsWe report a novel population of human CD4 T cells that express CD39 yet are Foxp3 negative.
Hartgring et al. (2009)FoxP3T cellsWe found that peripheral blood IL-7Ralpha(bright) T cells that did not express FoxP3 were highly proliferative as compared with IL-7Ralpha(dim/-) T cells that did express high levels of FoxP3.
Nistala et al. (2008)FoxP3T cellsWe confirmed that in the joint, where many T cells are highly activated, not all CD25bright cells coexpressed FoxP3, while some FoxP3+ cells resided in the CD25dim or CD25– population (Figure 3A).
Joosten et al. (2010)FoxP3T-cellsAs mentioned above, the HLA-E/peptide specific T-cells also expressed several markers that have been associated with human CD8+ Tregs, notably CD25 and LAG-3 in the absence of CD127 [32], although they did not express FoxP3, GITR and CTLA4 (Figure 3).
Rivino et al. (2010)FOXP3T cellsA considerable fraction of the IL-10+ T cells coexpressed CCR6 (Fig. 5, bottom right, yellow), but they were largely negative for FOXP3 (inset, FOXP3 IL-10; and Table I).
Scholzen et al. (2009)CD25hiFoxp3intT cellsFurther, there was no significant difference in the proportion of CD25hiFoxp3hi and CD25hiFoxp3int CD4+ T cells on day 6 of co-culture in serum-supplemented compared to serum-free iRBC?