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Brown et al. (1991)IL-2RT cellsHigh-affinity interleukin 2 receptors (IL-2Rs) are expressed by T cells activated in response to foreign histocompatibility antigens but not by normal resting T cells.
Teague et al. (2004)CD25T cellsOT-I T cells failed to express the high affinity IL-2R (CD25) while proliferating in vivo, irrespective of the mode of Ag delivery.
Kimura et al. (1994)IL-2RT cellsExtrathymic T cells expressing TCR (and CD3) of intermediate intensity (i.e., intermediate TCR cells) and a high level of IL-2 receptor beta-chain (IL-2R beta), and thymus-derived T cells expressing TCR of bright intensity (i.e., bright TCR cells) and lacking IL-2R beta, were identified by immunofluorescent tests using mAbs.
Finney et al. (2007)CD25T cellIn H. polygyrus infection, there is a preferential expansion of CD25-expressing cells without a proportional increase in Foxp3+ cells, and yet the functional regulatory activity of the CD25+ T cell population is greatly amplified in infected mice.
Bopp et al. (2005)CD25T 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.
Ribot et al. (2006)CD25T cellsInterestingly, also development of a small subpopulation of CD25-expressing T cells lacking expression of the transcription factor Foxp3, thought to be autospecific, is enhanced by expression of the agonist ligand on thymic epithelium.
Furtado et al. (2001)CD25T cellsThe regulatory T cells (T-reg) that protect from spontaneous EAE need not express the CD25 marker, as effective protection can be attained with populations depleted of CD25+ T cells.
Hunt et al. (1999)CD25T cellsPhotodynamically treated T cells failed to express optimal CD25 levels when exposed to the mitogenic anti-CD3 antibody.
Ardavin and Shortman (1992)interleukin 2 receptor alpha chainT cellHowever, although they do not express the T cell markers Thy-1, CD2, CD3, CD4 and CD5, 20%-30% of dendritic cells are positive for the interleukin 2 receptor alpha chain (CD25), and about 30% express intermediate levels of CD8.
Pandiyan and Lenardo (2008)CD25T cellsPrevious data has demonstrated that scurfy T cells do not express Foxp3, that they are CD25+ and that these cells do not have any Treg activity (Khattri, et. al.).
McNally et al. (1999)CD25T cellsCytolytic function was found exclusively within the CD8(+) CD44(hi) CD25(hi) fraction of cells in culture, but, surprisingly, was not detectable in CD8(+) CD44(hi) CD25(lo) T cells.
Boismenu and Havran (2001)IL2RaT cellsIELs expressed the early activation antigen CD69 but not the IL2Ra on the cell surface and were small, as is characteristic for resting T cells.
Pandiyan and Lenardo (2008)CD25T cellsFor example, if Treg cells are truly absent in Scurfy animals, then the CD25-expressing T cells could be from a completely different lineage of CD4+ T cells.
Zhou et al. (2006)CD25T cellsRESULTS: LLDT-8 at 100 nmol/L did not change the CD25, CD69, and CD154 expressions in anti-CD3-stimulated T cells.
Le Bon et al. (1996)CD25T cellsAccumulating Vbeta6+CD4+ T cells were large CD69+ cells, but remained CD25 negative and showed down-regulated L-selectin expression.
Junghans et al. (1990)CD25T-cellsThe Mr 55,000 interleukin 2 receptor peptide (Tac; CD25) is not expressed by normal resting T-cells but is markedly up-regulated in adult T-cell leukemia and other malignancies, as well as on T-cells activated in normal immune, autoimmune, allograft, and graft-versus-host settings.
Overstreet et al. (2011)CD25T cellsStrikingly, however, we found that helpless CD8+ T cells failed to express CD25 at any time during the first week after immunization, in contrast to control CD8+ T cells that transiently expressed high levels of CD25 at three days post-immunization (Figure 2B,C).
Moldenhauer et al. (2009)CD25T cellsOVA-reactive CD8(+) OT-I and CD4(+) OT-II T cells transferred to mated recipients expressed activation markers CD25 and CD69 and proliferated vigorously in the para-aortic lymph nodes, but not in distal lymph nodes or spleen, and OT-I T cells expressed IFN-gamma and IL-2.
Shibata et al. (2008)CD25T cellsIL-17-producing gammadelta T cells specifically express CD25 but not CD122, whereas CD122(+) gammadelta T cells produced IFN-gamma.
Shibata et al. (2008)CD25T cellsSurprisingly, IL-17-producing gammadelta T cells were already detected in the thymus, although CD25 was not expressed on the intrathymic IL-17-producing gammadelta T cells.
Fleissner et al. (2010)CD25T cellsInterestingly, allostimulated CD8+CD103+ T cells lacked Foxp3, CD25, LAG3, CTLA4, and GITR expression suggesting that these cells belong to another subtype of CD8+ Tregs.
Al-Sadeq et al. (2008)CD25T-cellThis phase is also marked by the presence of a dominant T-cell population expressing CD152 but not CD25 or CD28, perhaps indicative of suppressed vaginal T-cell activity.
Kish et al. (2005)CD25T cellsCD8+ T cells did not express CD25 during hapten priming, but treatment with anti-IL-2 or anti-CD25 monoclonal antibodies during hapten sensitization increased hapten-specific effector CD8+ T cells as well as the magnitude and duration of the CHS response.
Martin et al. (2009)CD25T cellsWe also observed no significant expression of NK1.1, CD25, CD69, or ICOS on the T cells of iV?
Evans et al. (1994)CD25T cellsAll gamma delta T cells expressed the CD25 protein within 8 hr of activation whereas the majority of CD4 or CD8 T cells did not express CD25 until 24 hr post-concanavalin A (Con A) stimulation.
Roato et al. (2010)CD25T cellsIn periprosthetic osteolysis patients' PBMC cultures, CD4 and CD8 T cells increased and CD8 T cells did not express CD25.
Glinka and Prud'homme (2008)CD25T cellsIt should be noted that this population overlaps with but is not identical to the CD4+CD25+ population analyzed in Figure 3, C and D, as approximately two-thirds of CD4+Nrp1+ T cells does not express CD25 (Fig. 3E).
Schnare et al. (1998)IL-13R alpha-chainT cellsThe agonistic effects of IL-4.Y119D were observed on cells expressing the IL-13R alpha-chain, including an IL-13R alpha-chain transfected T cell line, but were absent in T cells that lack this molecule, indicating that IL-4.Y119D conveys its activity via the type II IL-4R (IL-4Ralpha/IL-13Ralpha).
Kuroda et al. (1996)IL-2RT cellsExpansion of V beta 3+ or V beta 11+ T cells peaked at 2 days after the injection when most of these T cells were IL-2R alpha negative, and IL-2 activity was not detected at all in serum, suggesting the involvement of IL-2 deprivation in the deletion of expanded T cells.
Hillebrands et al. (2006)CD25T cellA regulatory CD4+ T cell subset in the BB rat model of autoimmune diabetes expresses neither CD25 nor Foxp3.
Yoshiike et al. (1991)CD25T cellsOn the other hand, activated T cell antigen (CD25+) was not significantly expressed on T cells (CD3+) in either HZ or PR.
Kerkhoff et al. (1993)CD25T cellsT cells were negative for CD25, CD54 and major histocompatibility complex (MHC)-class II.
Büchner et al. (2003)CD25T cellsThese CD40L(+) T cells were CD4(+), CD69(+), but negative for CD8, CD25, CD28, and ICOS.
Pantaleo et al. (1990)CD25T lymphocytesIn addition, the majority of CD8+DR+ cells in AIDS patients did not express CD25 Ag (the receptor for IL-2), a surface marker generally expressed on normal activated T lymphocytes.