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Taniguchi et al. (1996)CD3T cellsCD3 epsilon(high) NK T cells express surface V alpha 14/V beta 8 TCR, indicating a mature cell type, whereas CD3 epsilon(dim) NK T cells express V beta 8 without V alpha 14 TCR and no significant CD3 epsilon expression (CD3 epsilon(dim)) on the cell surface.
MacDonald et al. (1988)CD3T cellWe show here that adult murine thymus contains a subpopulation of CD4-8+ cells that differ from CD4-8+ cells found in the periphery in that they do not express the T cell receptor-associated CD3 molecular complex.
Zhang et al. (1998)CD3T cellIn this study, we report that free noncovalently associated TCR alpha beta heterodimers that exist independently of CD3 and TCR zeta chains are expressed on the cell surface of immature thymocytes and peripheral T cells, but not of T cell lines and T cell hybridomas.
Sussman et al. (1988)CD3T cellFailure to synthesize the T cell CD3-zeta chain: structure and function of a partial T cell receptor complex.
Oida et al. (2000)CD3epsilonIELAthymic CRgamma-/Y mice possessed a small TCR- and alphaEbeta7 integrin-negative IEL population, characterized by the disappearance of the extrathymic CD8alphaalpha+ subset, that expressed pre-Talpha, RAG-2, and TCR-Cbeta but not CD3epsilon transcripts.
Daniel et al. (1999)CD3T-cellAs a model, we used the T-cell leukemia H9 (CD3(+) and CD4(+)CD8(-)), which is resistant to corticosteroid-induced cell death and does not express endogenous Bik/Nbk.
Ohno et al. (1993)CD3T cellsDevelopmental and functional impairment of T cells in mice lacking CD3 zeta chains.
Wrammert et al. (2001)CD3T-cellA huCD25+B220- cell population was also found in the BM that had not rearranged the Ig heavy chain locus and did not express the lineage markers CD3, T-cell receptor (TCR), CD19 and Mac-1.
Routes (2007)CD3T-cellNatural-killer (NK) cells are lymphocytes that do not express the CD3 T-cell receptor but do express the CD16 (FcgammaRIII) and CD56 (isoform of NCAM) in humans or NK1.1 antigen in certain strains of mice.
Ueda et al. (2000)CD3T cellsCD3(+) T cells were not detected even in the recipient thymus.
Haegert and Smith (1987)CD3T cellThese SIg-positive B cells are usually negative for other T cell markers including T3 (CD3) which is expressed in all normal T cells.
Garssen et al. (1994)CD3T cellsThe early-acting CS-initiating cells are not conventional T cells inasmuch as they are surface negative for CD4, CD8, and CD3.
Ardavin and Shortman (1992)CD3T 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.
Vremec et al. (1992)CD3T cellThymic DC were surface positive for a number of markers characteristic of T cells, but they were distinct from T-lineage cells in expressing high levels of class II MHC, in lacking expression of the T cell receptor (TCR)-CD3 complex, and having TCR beta and gamma genes in germline state.
Washington et al. (2002)CD3T-cellWe noted abnormal expression levels of CD3 by flow cytometry in 34% of patients; tumor cells were dimmer for CD3 than normal T-cell levels in 11 patients, brighter than normal for CD3 in 2 patients (Fig. 1A) and completely negative for CD3 in 2 patients.
Lamant et al. (2004)CD3T-cellBoth large and small malignant cells were positive for CD43/MT1 T-cell associated antigen, perforin, granzyme B and TIA-1, but negative for CD2, CD3, CD5, CD7, CD4 and CD8 antigens.
Mannon et al. (1998)CD3T cellIn mouse kidney allografts that survive to 3 wk after transplantation, we noted that the majority of CD8(+) cells do not express surface alpha/beta T cell receptor alpha/beta(TCR), gamma/deltaTCR, or CD3.
Croitoru et al. (1990)CD3T cellThese scid/scid IEL also lacked CD3 expression and mRNA for the V gamma 7 V region gene of the gamma T cell receptor.
Wang et al. (1994)CD3-epsilonT lymphocytesMice generated with high-copy numbers of a transgene pL12 delta 2 (pL12 delta 1 minus exons 6), coding for a truncated protein from which the CD3-epsilon extracellular domain, its transmembrane region, and most of its cytoplasmic region were absent, contained normal numbers of T lymphocytes and NK cells.
Marodon and Klatzmann (2004)CD3T-cellThe early thymocyte progenitors entering the thymus do not express T-cell-specific molecules, such as CD3, the alpha or beta-chain of the TCR, or the CD4 and CD8 molecules.
Lehmann et al. (1987)CD3T lymphocytesA major subpopulation of T lymphocytes bearing a high density of CD3 (T3/Leu 4) with no detectable CD4 (T4/Leu 3a) or CD8 (T8/Leu 2a) was found in a patient with cardiomyopathy.
Harriman et al. (1990)CD3T cellsPhenotypic studies of fresh-isolated PP T cells demonstrate that all PP CD4 T cells (both Thy-1- and Thy-1+) express CD3, alpha beta-TCR, and CD5 (Lyt-1), whereas none coexpress CD8 (Lyt-2).
Hill and Dunn (1993)CD3T cellCytofluorometric studies revealed that the Thy+ CD4- CD8- cells responsible were negative for the CD3 T cell marker.
Reuss et al. (2007)CD3T-cellWe constructed two packaging cell lines based on the human suspension T-cell lymphoma line Deltabeta-Jurkat, which lacks endogenous TCRbeta-chains and is therefore unable to express CD3 complexes on the cell surface.
Jeon et al. (1994)CD3T cellAll of these cell lines expressed some T cell markers, including CD4, and showed rearrangement of T cell receptor (TCR) genes, but they lacked CD3 and TCR antigens and expressed some myelomonocytic markers (CD68, HL-21, CD15, CD16).
Sundberg et al. (2008)CD3CD3CD3 and CD163 were unaffected, whereas the number of CD68-positive cells decreased as a consequence of infliximab therapy (data not shown).
Hirunpetcharat et al. (1988)CD3T-cellsThe subpopulation of lymphocytes in the colonies was shown to be mostly murine T-cells, since they were mostly Thy 1.2 positive, CD3 negative and surface immunoglobulin negative.
Das et al. (2008)CD3T cellsT cells with low (10, 15, 28) or absent (29) CD3?
Presicce et al. (2010)CD3T cellsGating based on a population that did not express FOXP3 (such as CD3(-)CD4(-) T cells) allowed for the optimal characterization of Treg cells.
Clark et al. (1993)CD3T-cellA-MuLV-transformed T-lymphoid cells did not express the CD3/T-cell receptor complex, while BCR-ABL tumors were CD3+.
Macklis et al. (1992)CD3T-cellA sizable number of these NK cells label dimly with Leu-2 (CD8) although they lack the pan-T-cell marker Leu-4 (CD3).
Sussman et al. (1988)CD3T cellRepetitive subcloning of an Ag-specific T cell hybridoma yielded a variant that lacked functional mRNA for the Ag receptor (Ti, T cell Ag receptor alpha/beta heterodimer) beta-chains and failed to express CD3/Ti on the cell surface.
Yssel et al. (1989)CD3T cellThese cells did not express the CD3/T cell receptor complex on their surface.
Tamayose et al. (2002)CD3T-cellCD3-negative, CD20-positive T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia: case report and review of the literature.
Tamayose et al. (2002)CD3T-cellWe report a case of CD3-negative, CD20-positive T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia (T-PLL).