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Hashemi et al. (1999)CD25T cellsThough stimulation of purified T cells with Bead-Leu4 in microgravity culture resulted in the engagement and internalization of the TCR, the cells still failed to express CD25.
Biancotto et al. (2008)CD25T cellsIn this system, HIV-1 readily infects various CD4+ T cells, but productive viral infection was supported predominantly by activated T cells expressing either CD25 or HLA-DR or both (CD25/HLA-DR) but not other activation markers: There was a strong positive correlation (r=0.64, P=.001) between virus production and the number of CD25+/HLA-DR+ T cells.
Serra et al. (1996)CD25T cellsAged T cells failed to express CD25 at the same levels of young T cells when stimulated with CD69.
Fagnoni et al. (1996)CD25T cellsCD28- T cells from aged donors analysed by flow cytometry appeared as resting cells (not expressing CD25, CD38, CD69, CD71, DR), bearing markers of cytotoxic activity (CD 11b and CD 57) and with a phenotype compatible with 'memory' cells (up-regulated CD2 and CD11a; CD62L absent).
Oberg et al. (2006)CD25T cellsCD4+CD25- T cells were strongly CD126+ and CD130+, whereas CD25(high) Tregs expressed CD126 but little CD130.
Yoshida et al. (1989)CD25T-cellThe tumor cells represented T-cell markers, usually CD4, but CD25 was negative.
Peters et al. (2008)CD25T cellsIn contrast, CD4posCD25neg conventional T cells (Tconv) did not express FoxP3 or CD25, and were positive for CD127.
Shaffer et al. (2007)CD25T cellsA high percentage of CD4 T cells expressed high levels of CD25 in recipients of all protocols, except the only protocol to include fludarabine, early post-HCT.
Tageja et al. (2010)CD25T-cellImmunophenotyping revealed an abnormal T-cell population expressing CD2 (96% cells), CD4 (94%), CD5 (95%), and CD25 (81%) with absent TdT.
Stephens et al. (2004)CD25T cellsHowever, CD25 is also expressed on conventionally activated T cells that are not regulatory and not all peripheral regulatory T cells express CD25.
Su et al. (2004)CD25T cellsAnti-CD3-stimulated T cells in the presence of CD30 failed to increase tritium uptake and failed to express CD25 and CD26 and to produce interleukin 2.
Osuji et al. (2005)CD25T cellsT-cell prolymphocytes did not express cytotoxic granule proteins or NK-cell markers, were CD5+, CD45RO+ like normal spleen T cells, were CD2+, CD3+, CD45+, CD43+, TCRbeta+, but CD25-, CD30-, ALK-1-, TRAP-, DBA44-, and TdT-.
Couper et al. (2008)CD25T cellsIn contrast, we find that adaptive IL-10-producing, CD4+ T cells (which are CD25-, Foxp3-, and CD127- and do not produce Th1, Th2, or Th17 associated cytokines) that are generated during both PyL and non-lethal P. yoelii 17X (PyNL) infections are able to down-regulate pro-inflammatory responses and impede parasite clearance.
Lassen et al. (2006)CD25T cellsPTB-transfected resting CD4+ T cells did not express the activation marker CD25, and only a small fraction (3%) of the cells expressed levels of HLA-DR that were above background (Figure 4A).
Wakugawa et al. (2001)CD25T cellsCD25 was preferentially expressed on CCR4+CD4+ T cells but not on CXCR3+CD4+ T cells in atopic dermatitis subjects.
Elrefaei et al. (2010)CD25T cellsTGF-beta-positive CD4(+) T cells were FOXP3 negative, CD25 negative, and displayed a heterogeneous surface expression of CD127.