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Acha-Orbea et al. (1989)cell receptorT cellThe limited heterogeneity of these elements allowed prevention and treatment of clinical autoimmune disease with anti-T cell receptor monoclonal antibodies.
Bottino et al. (1987)cell receptorT cellThey lacked expression of the typical alpha/beta T cell receptor, as assessed by reactivity with the WT31 monoclonal antibody (mAb) recognizing a non-polymorphic structure of the alpha/beta heterodimer.
Eger et al. (2006)CD94T cellsIn contrast, expression of the NK lineage receptors CD94 and CD161 were mostly absent on nCD4+ T cells but detected at moderate and high levels on aCD4+ and aCD4?
Geisler et al. (1989)cell receptorT cellMost (70%) of the CD3 positive cells, however, expressed the gamma delta and not the alpha beta T cell receptor.
Maïza et al. (1993)cell receptorT cellHowever, unlike gamma/delta+ T lymphocytes, NK cells do not express CD3/T cell receptor (TCR) molecules, and the receptors involved in cell-mediated cytotoxicity are unknown.
Young et al. (1986)cell receptorT cellThe lack of a 1.3 kb mRNA, indicative of a functional beta-chain rearrangement, strongly suggests that a functional T cell receptor beta-chain is absent in freshly isolated LGL, thus making it extremely unlikely that this molecule is involved in target cell recognition by NK cells.
Furley et al. (1986)cell receptorT cellHuman leukemic cells corresponding to the earliest identifiable stages of intrathymic T cell differentiation lack cell surface expression of the T cell receptor(TCR alpha/beta)-T3 complex but transcribe TCR beta mRNA from either germ-line configuration (1/13) or partially (DJ) or fully (VDJ) rearranged (12/13) genes.
Aoyama et al. (2001)cell receptorT cellExamination for surface antigens on lymphoma cells revealed a unique phenotype, positive for CD3 and T cell receptor (TCR) gamma/delta, but negative for CD2.
Watarai et al. (2008)cell receptorT cellsThe iNKT cell receptor is composed of the invariant V alpha 14 J alpha 18/V beta 8.2 in mice or V alpha 24 J alpha 18/V beta 11 in humans and is expressed only on iNKT cells but not on conventional T cells.
Steeg et al. (1995)cell receptorT cellsThe response of transfected clones to direct stimulation with anti-CD26 antibodies and to costimulation via CD26 was variable and not solely dependent on the amount of CD26 and T cell receptor expressed on the T cells.
Matsuzaki et al. (1992)cell receptorT cellKHM-3S cells were positive for IL2-R (Tac) and NKH-1, but negative for other lymphocytic markers such as OKT 11, OKT 4, OKT 8, T cell receptor (WT 31), B 1, and B 4.
Sirim et al. (2001)cell receptorT cellSignificantly, the Ca(2+)-signaling capacity of the beta(2) integrin is abrogated in T cells that do not express the T cell receptor but may be reconstituted by co-expression of the T cell receptor-zeta chain.
Ballas et al. (1990)cell receptorT cellThis patient has a dramatic persistent deficiency in her circulating "classic" NK cells (CD3-, CD16+, NKH1+) and a simultaneous persistent expansion of a normally minor lymphocyte cell subset (CD3+, CD4-, CD8-, NKH1+) that does not express the alpha beta heterodimer of the T cell receptor.
Prieto et al. (1996)cell receptorT cellRearrangements of the beta T cell receptor, and heavy and kappa immunoglobulin genes were not detected and neither were chromosomal abnormalities.
Nitahara et al. (2006)cell receptorT cellBlocking of NKG2D inhibited DETC-mediated cytotoxicity against target cells that do not express T cell receptor ligands.
Dianzani et al. (1989)cell receptorT cellFurthermore, they expressed the alpha/beta chains, but not the gamma/delta chains, of the T cell receptor, as could be determined by staining with the appropriate monoclonal antibodies.
Corre et al. (2001)cell receptorT cellActivation of Rho is thus not sufficient to induce pre-T cell differentiation or survival in the absence of the pre-T cell receptor (TCR).
Spruyt et al. (1991)cell receptorT cellHowever, CD2 seems unlikely to interact directly with the second messenger pathways since signaling via CD2 is poor in T cells that lack the T cell receptor (TCR) and is absent in L cells or insect cells that express CD2.
Vremec et al. (1992)cell receptorT 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.
Silvennoinen-Kassinen et al. (1992)cell receptorT cellsNickel-reacting T cells used predominantly the T cell receptor, alpha beta-heterodimer, but no preferential selection of either V beta 5, V beta 6, or V beta 8 was observed.