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DahlÚn et al. (1998)TNF-alphaT cellsHowever, on immunohistochemical analysis of TNF-alpha expression in islets, we are able to show that the staining pattern of TNF-alpha resembles that of dendritic cells (DC) and macrophages (Mphi) rather than T cells and that TNF-alpha is expressed in islets at the very early stages of insulitis when no T cells are detected.
Weir et al. (2006)TNFalphaT cellsMOG(35-55)-specific T cells from PPNK-deficient and wild-type mice produced IFNgamma and TNFalpha but no IL-4 or IL-10, indicative of a Th1 phenotype.
Bopp et al. (2005)tumor necrosis factorT cellsThe population of CD4(+) CD25(+) T cells from DKO mice lacks regulatory capacity, except a small subpopulation that highly expresses glucocorticoid-induced tumor necrosis factor receptor family-related gene (GITR) and CD25.
Clark et al. (1998)TNF-alphaT cellAlveolar macrophages (AM) from T cell-treated mice spontaneously secreted TNF-alpha in culture, whereas TNF-alpha was not detected in AM cultures from control mice.
Roggia et al. (2004)TNF-alphaT-cellMoreover, after transfer into athymic mice of T cell isolated from WT ovariectomized animals (and so stimulated by estrogen deficiency to proliferate and to produce TNF-alpha), ovariectomy recovers its ability to induce bone loss; whereas there is no change in bone density after injection into athymic mice of T-cell purified from TNF-/- animals which, even if mature, are unable to produce TNF-alpha.
Hunger et al. (1996)TNF-alphaT cellsCells expressing TNF-alpha are mainly located in infiltrates, are absent in nonaffected glands, and are preferentially found among CD4 T cells.
Perrin et al. (2000)TNF-alphaT cellsSplenic T cells from mice with EAM produced TNF-alpha and IL-6 but no IL-2.
Perrin et al. (2000)TNF-alphaT cellsConversely, EAE-derived splenic T cells produced TNF-alpha and IL-2 but no IL-6.
FrŘh et al. (1995)TNF-alphaT cellsThe rapid death of mice treated with 5 x 10(6) T cells was reflected by 860-fold-elevated levels of tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) present in serum 2 h postchallenge, whereas no significant differences in TNF-alpha serum levels were detectable in mice treated with lower doses of T cells or with saline.
McSorley et al. (1997)TNFalphaT cellHere we demonstrate that transgenic mice expressing both TNFalpha and the Leishmania major LACK antigen in the pancreas (RIP-TNFalpha/RIP-LACK) exhibit an impaired ability to mount a CD4+ T cell response against LACK.
Askew et al. (2007)TNFalphaT cellsWe found that in Scl GVHD, cutaneous CD4+ T cells produced IFNgamma and IL-2 but not TNFalpha, also absent by gene array analysis.
Askew et al. (2007)TNFalphaT cellsThe role of cutaneous CD4+ T cells in Scl GVHD may not be an active process through production of TGFbeta, but may rather be a passive one due to lack of antigen-presenting cell (APC) support for CD4+ T cells and failure to produce TNFalpha, a potent inhibitor of TGFbeta-induced fibrosis as well as inducer of keratinocyte apoptosis.
Hoyle et al. (1998)TNF-alphaT-cellIntracellular cytokine production was assayed by fluorescence-activated cell sorter (FACS), and the expanded T-cell cultures produced IL-2, IFN-gamma, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), but not IL-4.
Hattori et al. (2006)TNF-alphaT cellsSera from TG nude mice with keratitis reacted with alpha-internexin on Western blot analysis, and the T cells of these mice on stimulation with alpha-internexin exhibited proliferation responses and produced IL-2, IFN-gamma, and TNF-alpha, but not IL-4 or IL-5.
Rosendahl et al. (1996)TNF-alphaT cellsT cells responded well to 3 daily injections of C215Fab-SEA and then gradually entered a hyporesponsive state, characterized by a reduced ability to produce IL-2, TNF-alpha and IFN-gamma and failure to mediate cytotoxicity in vitro.
Srinivasan and McSorley (2007)TNF-alphaT cellsAlthough antigen-specific CD4+ T cells were activated by peptide/LPS to increase surface CD69 expression, they did not produce IL-2 or TNF-alpha.
Bantug et al. (2008)TNF-alphaT cellsIE1(168)-specific CD8(+) T cells accumulated in the CNS and produced IFN-gamma and TNF-alpha but not IL-2 following peptide stimulation.
Ismail et al. (2004)TNF-alpha-producingT cellsCross-protection was associated with substantial expansion of IFN-gamma-producing CD4(+) and CD8(+) cells, but not TNF-alpha-producing CD8(+) T cells, a high titer of IgG2a, and a low serum level of TNF-alpha.
Byun et al. (2010)TNF-alphaT lymphocytesGISF (50 and 150 kGy) augmented immune responsiveness via activation of NK cells, T lymphocytes proliferation, NO production, and cytokine level, such as IL-6, IL-2, IL-12, IFN-gamma, TNF-alpha, as compared with NISF, which strongly suggested that GISF significantly augmented an important element of all aspects of the innate and adaptive immune system.
Duftner et al. (2006)TNFalphaT cellsBoth, CD4(+) and CD8(+)CD28(-) T cells of patients with AS produced more IFNgamma, TNFalpha, and IL10 than their CD28(+) counterparts (p<0.05), and lacked the production of IL2 and IL4.
Frick et al. (2006)TNF-alphaT cellB. vulgatus-induced semi-mature DC were non-responsive to stimulation by E. coli in terms of maturation, T cell priming and TNF-alpha but not IL-6 production.