Viewing negative mentions of gene expression of Fasl (M. musculus) in T cells

Full-text article links are indicated by after the article reference.

Document Target Regulator Anatomy Sentence
Nguyen and Russell (2001)FasLT cellsSome T cells expressed high levels of FasL yet failed to undergo AICD, while others expressed little FasL and were sensitive.
O' Reilly et al. (2009)FasLT cellsMice lacking sFasL (FasL(Deltas/Deltas)) appeared normal and their T cells readily killed target cells, whereas T cells lacking mFasL (FasL(Deltam/Deltam)) could not kill cells through Fas activation.
Prado-Garcia et al. (2008)FasLT-cellsRESULTS: Our results indicate that NSCLC cells neither FasL expressed nor induced apoptosis in Jurkat T-cells.
Stassi et al. (1999)FasLITLIn contrast to thyrocytes that were found to produce high levels of FasL, ITL did not express significant amounts of FasL, suggesting that ITL are not directly involved in thyrocyte destruction.
Mincheva-Nilsson (2003)FasLT cellsT cells do not express FasL on their surface but store preformed FasL in the granules, and can rapidly mobilize it to the cell surface upon stimulation.
Evans et al. (2001)FasLT-cellsUnlike mammalian NK cells and T-cells, activated NCC do not express membrane FasL.
Maruoka et al. (2004)FasLT cellsFasL were not expressed on T cells in controls and patients with AITD.
Xiao et al. (2003)FasLT cellsTo investigate the value of apoptosis of the allo-antigen specific T cells induced by Fas/FasL pathway in preventing graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), the CD34+ cells transfected with FasL or not, used as stimulus cells, were mixed with allo-antigen specific T lymphocytes in presence or absence of IFN-gamma and IL-2.
Wang et al. (2000)FasLT cellWe investigated the impact of Fas expression on T cell AICD by utilizing B cell stimulators that lacked functional FasL and either expressed or did not express the Fas receptor.
Zeytun et al. (1997)FasLT cellsInterestingly, LSA tumor cells also constitutively expressed FasL but not perforin, and killed Fas+ PE-9 CTLs and Fas+ but not Fas-negative (Fas-) activated T cells and thymocytes, as detected using the JAM test.