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Weigent et al. (1984)IFNT-cellIn contrast, cocultivation of enriched T-cell populations with mouse L cells resulted in no IFN production or transfer of antiviral activity.
Boumpas et al. (1985)IFNT-cellIn contrast, HTLV-I-infected T-cell lines did not produce IFN.
Neumann et al. (1996)IFNT cellUntil recently it was believed that the T cell response of atopic dermatitis patients challenged with inhalant allergens originates almost exclusively and specifically from Th2 cells capable of secreting an abundance of interleukin (IL)-4 while producing no interferon (IFN)-gamma.
Heusser and Brinkmann (1994)IFNT cellsIn contrast, during a normal immune response to bacterial or viral allergens, T cells of the Th1 type are induced, which produce IFN gamma and IL-2 but not Th2 cytokines.
Nielsen et al. (1994)IFNT cellThus, T cell lines producing interferon (IFN)-gamma but not IL-4 (TH1-like) as well as T cells producing both cytokines (THO-like) responded to class II mAb.
Yamaguchi et al. (1977)interferonT lymphocytesNo detectable levels of interferon were produced in the mixture of T lymphocytes and monocytes.
Warrington et al. (2006)IFNT cellsFollowing activation of CI-reactive T cells, we detected intracellular interferon (IFN)-gamma but not interleukin (IL)-4 by flow cytometry.
Barrat et al. (2002)IFNT cellsIn contrast to the previously described in vitro derived CD4(+) T cells, these cells produced only interleukin (IL)-10, but no IL-5 and interferon (IFN)-gamma, and furthermore retained strong proliferative capacity.
Maggi et al. (1997)IFNT-cellWhile the great majority of CD8+ T-cell clones generated from HIV-seronegative individuals produced interferon (IFN)-gamma, but not interleukin-4 (IL-4), that is a type 1 cytotoxic (Tc1) profile, high numbers of CD8+ T-cell clones generated from HIV-seropositive individuals produced IL-4 in addition to IFN-gamma or IL-4 alone, thus showing a type 0 cytotoxic (Tc0)- or a type 2 cytotoxic (Tc2) profile, respectively.
Boonstra et al. (1997)IFNGICMost GIC lines produced interferon (IFN)-gamma (75.5+/-22.7 pg/ml), but no IL-10, indicating that the cell lines consisted primarily of Th1 and type 1 CD8+ cells.
Erard and Le Gros (1994)IFNT cellsFrançois Erard and Graham Le Gros have recently shown that CD8(+) T cells activated in the presence of interleukin 4 (IL-4) can switch development to a CD8(-)CD4(-)Th2-like phenotype that is not cytolytic and that does not produce IFN-gamma.
Krampera et al. (2006)IFNT cellsThe suppressive activity of MSCs was not contact-dependent and required the presence of interferon (IFN)-gamma produced by activated T cells and NK cells.
Kimber et al. (1984)IFNT cellSupernatants derived from MLA-144, a gibbon T cell line that constitutively releases interleukin-2 (IL-2) and which lack detectable interferon (IFN) had the capacity to enhance the natural killer (NK) cells function of human peripheral blood lymphocytes.
Del Prete et al. (1991)IFNT-cellsPatients with hyper-IgE had significantly lower proportions of T-cells that produce IFN and TNF, but not IL-2 or IL-4.
Huber et al. (2010)IFNT cellsThis negative regulatory pathway was operative in human but not mouse CD4(+) T cells and was selective to type I IFN, as neither IFN-gamma nor IL-12 mediated such inhibition.
Biberfeld et al. (1976)IFLT-cellThe IFL reaction was negative with cells from leukaemic lymphoid T-cell line (Molt-4).
Smith-Norowitz et al. (2008)IFN-alphaT 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.
Reyes et al. (1986)IFNT cellsThe action of IL-2 on bone marrow cells to induce IFN production was mediated by the classical IL-2 receptor, since monoclonal antibodies to the IL-2 receptor present on T cells blocked this response and since bone marrow cells depleted of IL-2 receptor-bearing cells failed to produce IFN when cultured with IL-2.
Kasahara et al. (1983)IFNT cellsIn contrast, non-T cells and macrophages did not produce IFN-gamma in response to IL 2.
Miura et al. (1991)IFNT cellIn five patients investigated for IFN production in PBMNC liquid culture, all produced statistically more IFN activity than normal individuals under phytohaemagglutinin (PHA-P) stimulation (P less than 0.01) with no relation to T cell inhibitory activity.
Issekutz et al. (1988)IFNT lymphocytesAlpha/beta-interferon (IFN) and its inducers can recruit lymphocytes into the skin after i.d. injection, but activated T lymphocytes, which are responsible for DTH, produce very little IFN-alpha/beta.
Zhang et al. (2010)IFNT cellsThis agrees with our earlier studies with other transgenes, but it must be noted that T cells which were not transduced with AAV/IFN-?
van der Burg and Palefsky (2009)IFNT-cellsThus if an HPV-specific immune is present in patients with high-grade CIN it consists of T-cells that do not produce IFN?
Marrack et al. (1999)IFNT cellsIFN-alpha/beta did not raise the levels of Bcl-2 or Bcl-XL in T cells.
Goletti et al. (2010)IFNT-cellHowever, differently from QFT-IT, the IP-10-mediated response was not dependent on the CD4+ T-cell counts and IFN-?
McNally et al. (2001)IFNT cellsAttrition of T cells early during infection correlated with the alpha/beta interferon (IFN-alpha/beta) peak, and the IFN inducer poly(I:C) caused apoptosis and attrition of CD8(+) CD44(hi) T cells in normal mice but not in IFN-alpha/beta receptor-deficient mice.
Hou et al. (2007)IFNT cellsInterestingly, T cells stimulated with either of these sources of infected SJL DCs failed to produce IFN-?
Aarntzen et al. (2008)interferonT cellsIt became clear that these tetramer-specific T cells did not produce interferon-?