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Schlaak et al. (1994)IL-10T-cellThe data demonstrate that, although the gamma/delta T-cell clones tested do not produce IL-10 they can use it as a growth factor in combination with IL-2, IL-4 or alone.
Stoebner et al. (2006)IL-10T cellsHere, we show that T cells isolated from non-treated allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) reactions, 48 h following nickel challenge and propagated for 7-10 days in the presence of IL-2, were mainly CD4(+) and produced IL-10, but little interferon-gamma.
Leblond et al. (1997)IL-10T cellsReverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assays showed similar amounts of interferon-gamma transcripts in the two subsets; tumor necrosis factor-alpha, IL-4, and IL-10 transcripts were detected in CD4+CD7- T cells but not in their CD4+CD7+ counterparts.
Malley et al. (1995)IL-10T cellEnzyme-linked immunoassay (ELISA) and Western blots indicated that these molecules had T cell receptor (TcR) alpha chain, I-J, and IL-10 epitopes, but not TcR beta chain epitopes.
Goldfeld (2004)IL-10T cellWe have also uncovered a high incidence of antigen-specific anergy to purified protein derivative among patients with active pulmonary TB and have correlated this with an expansion of immunosuppressive IL-10 producing T cells and other impaired T cell responses to mycobacterial antigens.
Bhardwaj et al. (1996)IL-10T lymphocytesIn contrast, neither unstimulated nor activated T lymphocytes produced increased amounts of IL-10 in response to alpha-MSH.
Roncarolo et al. (2003)IL10T cellSuppressive CD4+CD25+ T cell clones do not synthesize IL10 but produce TGFbeta which contributes to the suppression of proliferation mediated by these cells.
Mochizuki et al. (1996)IL-10T cellsThe following virologic, molecular biologic findings suggest that cytokines produced by HTLV-I-infected T cells in the eye play the central role in the pathogenic mechanisms of the uveitis: (a) the virus load in the peripheral blood monocytes analyzed by the quantitative polymerase chain reaction methods was significantly greater in patients with the uveitis than in asymptomatic carriers, (b) the proviral DNA of HTLV-I and the gene expression of the virus at the mRNA level was detected in the infiltrating cells from the eyes of the patients, (c) the virus particles were detected by electron-microscopic examination in the T-cell clones established from the intraocular fluid of the patients, and (d) the HTLV-I-infected T cells produced a variety of cytokines without any stimuli, such as interleukin (IL)-1 alpha, IL-2, IL-3, IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, tumor necrosis factor alpha, interferon-gamma, and granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor.
Fujihashi et al. (1996)IL-10T cellsCD4(+) T cells from diseased periodontal tissues are divisible into two groups based upon whether or not IL-10 is produced, together with IFN-gamma, IL-6 and IL-13.
Tramsen et al. (2009)IL-10T cellsUpon restimulation, the generated T cells produced IFN-gamma, but no IL-4 or IL-10, indicating a T(H)1-cell population.
Cabillic et al. (2006)IL-10T-cellsFunctionally, they produce IL-10 but not IL-12p70 and favor IL-4/IL-10 secretion by T-cells rather than IFN-gamma.
Rivino et al. (2010)IL-10T cellFurthermore, CCR6(+) memory T cells produced suppressive IL-10 but not IL-2 upon stimulation with autologous immature mDCs ex vivo, and secreted IL-10 efficiently in response to suboptimal T cell receptor (TCR) stimulation with anti-CD3 antibodies.
Pon and Freedman (2003)IL-10T cellsAll transformed gammadelta T cells analyzed, regardless of their compartment of origin, strongly expressed intracytoplasmic IFN-gamma and TNF-alpha, but little IL-2 or anti-inflammatory IL-4 or IL-10.
Smith-Norowitz et al. (2008)IL-10T cellsCD8(+)CD60(+) T cells of the RS patients produced IL-2, IL-4, IL-10, IL-12, IFN-alpha. and IFN-gamma, but not IL-6 or IL-13.
D'Amico et al. (2006)IL-10T cellsNoticeably, growth of CD4 T cells was maintained (45% of total cells), which actively produced Th1 cytokines (IFN-gamma, TNF-alpha, IL-2), but not IL-4, IL-5 and IL-10.
Grigoryev et al. (2009)IL-10T cellsas determined by intracellular cytokine staining while no detectable IL-10 or IL-4 producing cells were detected in either control or stimulated CD4+ T cells.
McFadden et al. (2007)IL-10T cellWe now demonstrate that IL-16 preferentially induces migration in a CD25(+)CTLA-4(+) human T cell subset and that responding cells produce IFNgamma and TGFbeta but not IL-10.
Horie et al. (2010)IL-10T-cellThese RPE-induced Treg cells produced TGF beta 1 and IL-10 but not IFN gamma, and they significantly suppressed the activation of target cell lines and intraocular T-cell clones established from patients with active uveitis.
Marshall et al. (1993)IL-10T cellsFurthermore, we observed that human CD4+ T cells from either allergic or nonallergic individuals failed to produce significant quantities of IL-4, IL-5, or IL-10 even after several rounds of stimulation with soluble protein (nonallergen) antigens such as tetanus toxoid or Var. z.
Schlaak et al. (1994)IL-10T cellsOur results show that all T cells reactive with bacteria produce interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), but no interleukin (IL)-4 and no or very little IL-2 and IL-10 and, thus, belong to the Th1 subset, while T cells reactive with tetanus toxoid or Anisakis belong to the Th0 subset with production of IFN-gamma, IL-2, IL-4, IL-10 and TNF-alpha.
Boussiotis et al. (2000)IL-10T cellsIn vitro stimulation of T cells with PPD induced production of IL-10, IFN-gamma, and proliferation in PPD(+) patients, whereas cells from anergic patients produced IL-10 but not IFN-gamma and failed to proliferate in response to this treatment.
Scholzen et al. (2009)IL-10T cellsInterestingly, however, we found no detectable IL-10 in the supernatant of purified monocytes co-cultured with iRBCs in the absence of, or transwell-separated from T cells, and there was also no difference in supernatant TGF?
Putheti et al. (2010)IL-10T cellsAs analyzed by pre-amplification boosted single-cell real-time PCR, human CD4+IL-9+ T cells expressed GATA3 and RORC, but not IL-10, IL-13, IFN?
Putheti et al. (2010)IL-10T cellsAs analyzed by pre-amplification boosted single-cell real-time PCR, human CD4(+)IL-9(+) T cells expressed GATA3 and RORC, but not IL-10, IL-13, IFNgamma or IL-17A/F.
Becker et al. (2004)IL-10T cellThe cytokines regulated upon activation, normal T cell expressed and secreted (RANTES) and IL-10 were not detectable.
Putheti et al. (2010)IL-10T cellsIn-so-far, these CD4+IL-9+ T cells generated from memory CD4+ T cells are different from mouse CD4+IL-9+ T cells generated from naïve CD4+ T cells in the following aspects: 1) human CD4+IL-9+ T cells express GATA3 and RORC; 2) some human CD4+IL-9+ T cells express FOXP3 and; 3) human CD4+IL-9+ T cells do not express IL-10.
Rahmoun et al. (2006)interleukin-10T cellsHowever, purified CD4+ CD18(high) CD49b+ T cells from these patients, in contrast to those from healthy donors, lacked the production of the immunosuppressive cytokine interleukin-10.
Scholzen et al. (2009)IL-10T cellsMoreover, in the absence of T cells, monocytes did not produce IL-10 upon iRBC exposure, and TGF?