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Mori et al. (1999)IL-5T-cellRESULTS: A human IL-5 promoter/enhancer-luciferase gene construct, pIL-5(-511)Luc, was transcribed on activation of IL-5-producing T-cell clones, but not IL-5-nonproducing clones. pIL-5(-511)Luc was transcribed by T-cell hybridomas derived from fusion between IL-5-producing T-cell clones and an IL-5 gene-nonexpressing T-cell line, but not by hybridomas derived from IL-5-nonproducing T-cell clones.
Lorentz et al. (1999)IL-5T cellsIL-5-positive T cells were not detected, likely because they do not store IL-5.
Jabara et al. (1988)IL-5T-cellThe human alloreactive T-cell clone A1 produces interleukin (IL)-4, IL-5, and granulocyte macrophage-colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF), but not IL-2 or interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma), as assessed by probing for mRNA transcripts, immunoassays, or bioassays.
Bacchetta et al. (1990)IL-5T cellsThe finding that some of these clones produce significant levels of IL-5 but no IL-4 indicates that the IL-4 and IL-5 genes are not always coexpressed in activated human T cells.
Peng et al. (1997)IL-5T cellsIL-4 and IL-5 were produced by CD45RO+ T cells but not by CD45RA+ T cells, indicating that anti-CD2 in this system costimulated type 2 cytokine production by differentiated memory cells.
Wisnewski et al. (2003)IL-5T cellsThe HDI-stimulated gamma/delta T cells were associated with T(H)1-like cytokines and produce IFN-gamma but not IL-5 or IL-13.
Doherty et al. (1999)IL-5T cellsFlow cytometric analysis of cytokine production by fresh hepatic lymphocyte subsets activated by CD3 cross-linking or PMA and ionomycin stimulation indicated that NT cells and T cells could produce IFN-gamma, TNF-alpha, IL-2, and/or IL-4, but little or no IL-5, while NK cells produced IFN-gamma and/or TNF-alpha only.
D'Amico et al. (2006)IL-5T 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.
Ayaru et al. (2007)IL-5T cellsIn addition, we identified two novel HLA-DR-restricted AFP-derived CD4(+) T cell epitopes (AFP(137-145) and AFP(249-258)) and showed that the CD4(+) T cells recognizing these epitopes produce Th1 (IFN-gamma and TNF-alpha) but not Th2 (IL-5)-type cytokines.
Kanegane et al. (1996)IL-5T cellsIt was found that L-selectin-positive human memory CD4+ T cells produce mainly interleukin (IL)-4 and IL-5, whereas L-selectin-negative CD4+ T cells produce mainly interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma).
Marshall et al. (1993)IL-5T 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.
Chou et al. (1994)IL-5T cellThis lymphokine mRNA profile differed from a BP-specific T cell line that produced message for IFN-gamma and GM-CSF but low or absent levels of IL-4 and IL-5.
Bamford et al. (1998)IL-5T cellsFurthermore, freshly isolated gastric T cells produced little IL-4 and virtually no IL-5 or tumor necrosis factor beta.
Jirapongsananuruk and Leung (1997)IL-5T cellsThe majority of T cells in early allergic reactions are T helper type 2 (TH2)-like producing IL-4, IL-5, IL-13 but not IFN-gamma.
Melgar et al. (2003)IL-5T cellsT cells of UC patients did not express IL-4 or IL-5.
Mi et al. (2000)IL-5T cellsCE cells inhibited IL-2 and IL-4 production by T cells stimulated with Ag and APC, but not IL-5 or IL-6 production.