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Rammensee and Bevan (1984)MHCT cellRecent evidence suggests that the MHC-restricted T cell is unable to recognize either the foreign antigen or the self-MHC product alone, but only a complex of the two.
Geppert and Lipsky (1989)MHCT cellsCentral to this process is the recognition of antigen by specific T cells that cannot respond to intact antigen directly, but rather recognize antigenic fragments in association with gene products of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) displayed by an antigen-presenting cell.
Sanz-Parra et al. (1998)MHCT lymphocytesThus, FMDV-infected cells rapidly become unable to present viral peptides in association with MHC class I molecules to T lymphocytes.
Zhao and Collins (2001)MHCT cellsEither the peptide does not bind well to its cognate MHC, or the T cells directed towards it have been functionally inactivated in vivo.
Braciale et al. (1989)MHCCTLThese same sites are not efficiently recognized by hemagglutinin-specific class I MHC-restricted CTL of several unrelated MHC haplotypes.
Poenaru et al. (1999)MHCT-cellCrystal structures of antigenic peptides bound to class I MHC proteins suggest that chemical modifications of the central part of the bound peptide should not alter binding affinity to the MHC restriction protein but could perturb the T-cell response to the parent epitope.
Jones et al. (1996)MHCT cellsHowever, the inhibition by anti-MHC class II antibodies can be overcome by the addition of interleukin-2 (IL-2) to the cultures, suggesting that gamma delta T cells themselves do not recognize MHC class II molecules but require an MHC class II-dependent response taking place in the culture.
Henderson et al. (1998)MHCT cellSince there can be no interactions with MHC molecules in these mice, these CD4+ cells must express the T cell repertoire that exists before positive and negative selection.
Harding et al. (1993)MHCT cellCarbohydrates are T cell independent antigens because they do not bind to MHC molecules.
Cañestro et al. (2003)MHCT-cellAdaptive immunity involving lymphocytes appears to have arisen within the vertebrates; Dehal et al. [2] could not find Ciona homologs of genes involved in this system, including immunoglobulins, T-cell receptors, or major histocompatability complex (MHC) genes.
Hou et al. (2001)MHCT cellsIn this model graft rejection can only occur indirectly as the graft cells lack MHC II for recognition by the recipient CD4+ T cells.
Goujard et al. (1994)MHCT-cellInduction of HIV expression requires direct interactions of SE with MHC class II molecules but not T-cell receptor binding and T-cell-monocyte contact.
Yewdall et al. (2010)MHCT cellThis was accomplished by reconstituting lethally irradiated wild type mice with bone marrow from Bm1 mice, which express a mutant H-2Kb allele (H-2Kbm1) that prevent proper interaction of the OVA257–264-MHC complex with its cognate CD8+ T cell [23].
Agenès et al. (2008)MHCT cellsIt would be possible to differentiate these possibilities by creating a situation where T cells of “higher” hierarchy could not interact with a proportion of the MHC-bearing cells.
Nagaraj et al. (2007)pMHCT cellsThis process makes CD8-expressing T cells unable to bind pMHC and to respond to the specific peptide, although they retain their ability to respond to nonspecific stimulation.