Viewing negative mentions of gene expression of CCR5 (H. sapiens) in T cells

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Pierson et al. (2000)CCR5T cellsAlthough R5 viruses are present in the latent reservoir, CCR5 was not expressed at high levels on resting CD4(+) T cells.
Kirchhoff et al. (1997)CCR5T-cellAlthough CEMx174 cells do not express CCR5, most SIVmac variants entered this hybrid cell line efficiently but did not enter the parental T-cell line CEM.
Follis et al. (1998)CCR5T-cellAll of the T-cell line-adapted (TCLA) viruses studied to date utilize CXCR4 but not CCR5.
Dash et al. (2008)CCR5T-cellTo gain insights into the mechanisms that underlie coreceptor requirement of subtype C, we screened several primary viral isolates and identified a clinical sample that demonstrated a potential to grow on standard T-cell lines with no detectable CCR5 expression.
Carroll et al. (1997)CCR5T cellTranscripts encoding CXCR4/Fusin, the fusion cofactor used by T cell line-tropic isolates, were abundant in CD3/CD28-stimulated cells, but transcripts encoding CCR5, the fusion cofactor used by macrophage-tropic viruses, were not detectable.
Quigley et al. (2007)CCR5T cellsFurthermore, CXCR5+ CD8 T cells expressed CCR5 but no CCR7, suggesting a migration pattern distinct from that of follicular CD4 T cells.
Kobayashi et al. (2006)CCR5T cellsAs CXCR3high memory CD8+ T cells do not express CCR5, high expression of CXCR3 on these memory CD8+ T cells might play an important role in the migration of these cells to inflammatory sites and in their differentiation.
Gorry et al. (2007)CCR5T-cellDifferences in CD4+ T-cell cytotoxicity between the 2 isolates were evident in CD4+/CCR5- cells, but not evident in CD4+/CCR5+ cells suggesting an increased ability to use CXCR4 by the 1999 isolate.
Tassi et al. (2009)CCR5T cellsAs expected from the cytokine profile, CD4+ T cells expressed on their surface both CRTH2 and CCR4 while CCR5 expression was absent (Fig. 1F).
Lamprecht et al. (2003)CCR5T cellsIn contrast, mean CD62L expression was significantly higher on CD4+CD45RA+ and CD8+CD45RA+ T cells not expressing CCR5 or CCR3 (89.2 ± 3.1, range 80.6–96.4% and 66.0 ± 13.0, range 21.4–93.0%; P < 0.05).
Dash et al. (2008)CCR5T-cellTo gain insights into the mechanisms that underlie coreceptor requirement of subtype C, we screened several primary viral isolates and identified a clinical sample that demonstrated a potential to grow on standard T-cell lines with no detectable CCR5 expression.
Nishimura et al. (2005)CCR5T lymphocytesWe recently reported that, because these SHIVs exclusively use the CXCR4 coreceptor for cell entry, they target naive CD4(+) T cells for depletion in infected monkeys, whereas SIVs, which use CCR5, not CXCR4, cause the selective loss of memory CD4(+) T lymphocytes in vivo.
Kuwata et al. (2009)CCR5T cellsIn contrast, the loss of naïve CD4+ T cells in ND macaques was not readily explained by virus killing since these cells primarily express CXCR4, not CCR5 [11] and SIV strains generally use CCR5 as their major co-receptor.
Brühl et al. (2001)CCR5T cellsThe Ab specifically depletes CCR5(+) T cells and monocytes, but is inactive against cells that do not express CCR5.
Sundaravaradan et al. (2007)CCR5T-cellThe T-cell line A3.01 expresses CD4 and CXCR4 but no CCR5.
Naif et al. (2002)CCR5T lymphocytesCCR5 surface expression was absent on T lymphocytes and macrophages.
Janardhan et al. (2004)CCR5T cellsreceptor (CCR5) is not constitutively expressed in Jurkat T cells, we transiently expressed CCR5 and GFP marker from a bicistronic vector either alone or together with HIV-1 NA7 Nef.
Houman et al. (2004)CCR5T cellsWe observed that CD3+ T cells in the peripheral blood express a restricted array of inflammatory chemokine receptors, specifically, CCR5, CCR6 and CXCR3, but little CCR1-3.